>> Parents of students with difficulties report having 6 times more trouble with homework than other students.
To compile the 2017 Brain Balance State of Homework Report, the data scientists at Brain Balance [https://www.
*** 2017 BRAIN BALANCE STATE OF HOMEWORK REPORT ***
(survey of 2,000 American parents on August 31, 2017)
>> KIDS WITH DIFFICULTIES ARE 3X AS LIKELY TO HATE HOMEWORK
31% of parents of students with difficulties (e.g. ADHD, Asperger Syndrome, autism, PDD-NOS, dyslexia, etc.) say their kids hate homework, compared to only 13% of students without difficulties. This translates to 3X as much fighting: 27% of the former parents have fought with their child about homework, compared to 8% of the latter parents.
>> STUDENTS WITH DIFFICULTIES STRUGGLE WITH HOMEWORK 6X AS MUCH
According to their parents, 24% of kids with difficulties struggle with homework, while only 4% of students without difficulties have trouble completing it.
>> TEENAGERS WITH DIFFICULTIES HAVE THE MOST TROUBLE WITH HOMEWORK
28% of teenagers with difficulties struggle to complete their homework, compared to 10% of teenagers without difficulties. The number is 25% and 8%, respectively, for students ages 5-13, and 16% and 2%, respectively, for young children under age 5.
>> ALL STUDENTS STRUGGLE WITH THE SAME SUBJECTS
Students with and without difficulties both struggle with math the most (24% and 8% respectively). Next come English (18%, 3%), history (14%, 3%), and science (11%, 2%).
Parents whose child struggles with homework can take this simple online assessment to ascertain whether they might have a social, behavioral, or learning difficulty: https://www.
After years of helping children with behavioral and social challenges, the experts at Brain Balance have developed a cutting-edge (and drug-free) program combining sensory motor stimulation, academic stimulation, and nutrition to correct brain imbalance and improve achievement—resulting in improved academic performance.