Yes homeschooled kids get better grades
If you have children and you are a minor still enrolled in school you don't automatically get bad grades.You get bad grades by not doing all of your work correctly.Although a child does add more to your work. Sorry if this doesn't answer your question fully.. At what level of education? As a general rule I would say yes, particularly in high school. In college I think it is less of an issue, because students with children tend to have a better focus on why they are in school at that level.
No, children at public schools get better grades. They are taught by better "teachers" than their parents. The children at public schools have better oppurtunities to get into college. They have more experience and are heard from more than the isolated homeschooled kids. Students at public school get better amounts of time to study and get things done. Also, waking up early for public school trains children for when they get older and have to get up early for their jobs.
School uniforms do help students grades only if you wear it and if you don't you'll get detention which will lower your grade and will go in your files
Yes, they have.Poles' children have to complete at least TWO schools:Primary School (6 grades) for kids at the age of 6.Secondary School (3 grades) for kids who complete all 6 grades of Primary School.Secondary School should also be called "High School (Tier 1)".Persons who complete its grades are not being forced to continue their education.Those who want to do so will become "High School (Tier 2)" Students.
Yes. Exercise can help improve sleep and help students study for longer hours.
Generally, students who wear a school uniform do better in school.
The school grades for the minor children on the reality show 'Jon and Kate Plus 8' are not public information.
Most middle school students start from 7th Grade & end in 8th Grade.
in reality students should not be paid but the school must give motivation to the students with good grades by giving them gifts like books, money and things of that kind
Research has shown for the last 40 years that children who attend preschool have better grades and learn faster than peers who didn't attend preschool.