Published: December 31, 2012
Parents' Leading Resolutions For Kids In 2013? 'Clean Your Room' And 'Get More Engaged At School'
HERNDON, Va., Dec. 31, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- What do parents want to see their children accomplish in 2013? Not surprisingly: clean their room and get more engaged at school. But in general, make better choices.
Almost seven in eight (87%) U.S. parents of children ages 6-17 want to choose a New Year's resolution for their child or children, according to a new Harris Interactive survey for K¹² Inc., the nation's leading provider of technology-powered individualized education for students in pre-kindergarten through high school.
When asked which New Year's resolutions, if any, they would select on behalf of their children, parents picked the following:
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