What U.S. parents can learn from Hong Kong parents about responding to a low test score

Author Po Bronson explains a study about how mothers in Hong Kong and the U.S. respond differently when they think their child has done poorly on an IQ exam.

NurtureShock author Po Bronson says that American parents could raise their children’s academic bar by changing how they talk to their kids about successes and failures.

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