Hilary Duff Struggles to Help Son With Homework as She Stopped "Real" School in 3rd Grade

Oct 21, 2019 16:14


Hilary Duff Struggles to Help Son With Homework as She Stopped "Real" School in 3rd Grade https://t.co/xviueP5l2B
- E! News (@enews) October 20, 2019

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Hilary posted on instagram about her troubles with helping son Luca with his 2nd grade homework

"This guy with his spirit and kindness. Homework is already no joke in 2nd grade. I stopped ( Read more... )

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ginainabottle October 21 2019, 14:37:53 UTC
I finished high school and I still look at my cousin's homework and go WTF lol It's funny bc back then it was hard but I could manage, but today I see what the youth~ is studying and is completely beyond me. Math-Physics-Chemistry were my fucking nightmare.

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lizrocks October 21 2019, 15:44:50 UTC
Same. I'm a college graduate (not for math tho lol) and my son doesn't let me check his math homework anymore after I told him (on more than one occasion) he got some wrong and it turned out I can't math. He was in 3rd grade...

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trancexperiment October 21 2019, 14:40:34 UTC
This is sad...I know she was a child star so it’s assumed she probably didnt have as much of an education as a regular American but 3rd grade?

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urfvrtweapon October 21 2019, 15:15:13 UTC
It seems like quite a few child stars dropped out or got GEDS(American equivalent to a high school diploma). I don't even think Kristen Stewart graduated from high school, Emma Stone got her GED, Jennifer Lawrence may have dropped out in middle school?. I remember Willow Smith said keeping up with school was too hard.

Child actors are supposed to have tutors on set. I think it depends on the parents/families and person because Jonathan Taylor Thomas's mom made him go to school and put his education first. Jodie Foster and Natalie Portman seemed to really care about their educations and making school a priority.

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sassalicious October 21 2019, 20:04:07 UTC
How do you drop out in middle school, unless it's something that varies by state . . .

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pepsi_twist9 October 21 2019, 22:35:39 UTC
Their parents switch their status to homeschooled I guess. I don't know if you're legally obliged to have education everywhere in the States

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fernandocolunga October 21 2019, 14:43:18 UTC
her son is v cute

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crazylike_afox October 21 2019, 14:49:03 UTC
ngl I have dyscalculia and I'm dreading having to help my kid with math homework.

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deeeeelicia October 21 2019, 15:05:09 UTC
What’s up fellow dyscalculia friend?

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subomie October 21 2019, 15:29:30 UTC
I do too. I had to take stats for my degree and it was such a nightmare. I was really fortunate to have a prof who genuinely wanted students to do well in her class and she put in so much extra time helping me out, but I felt so stupid the whole time.

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euraylie October 21 2019, 15:34:25 UTC
Same here. Anything math related always ruined my otherwise good GPA

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asa_chan October 21 2019, 14:50:52 UTC
My hypothetical children have to be good with maths themselves. I suck at it (physics and chemistry too)

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parachuteending October 21 2019, 15:44:13 UTC
Word. They'll have to rely on themselves or maybe my partner if I can get one who's got at science stuffs lol

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