How parents can cut the knife-edge atmosphere of matric exams

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How parents can cut the knife-edge atmosphere of matric exams

As they witness their children navigating the finale of school, many parents don’t know whether to step in or aside

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You are not the driver, but the support team.

That’s the advice from the South African College of Applied Psychology (Sacap) for parents of matric pupils.

As the country’s parents bear witness to their children navigating this challenging finale to school life, many are feeling uncertain of their role and ambivalent about whether they should lean in or back off...

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