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Parents shouldn’t panic when it comes to ‘bad influences’ in junior high school: new study

A study of more than 10,000 Year 7 Chinese students has concluded that low-performing students negatively affect their peers’ grades in Year 7, but the influence is fleeting and parents shouldn’t panic too early.

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