Parents aren’t always right

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Understanding

Parents — Risk Minimization in long term

Children — Benefit Maximization in short term

Call to Action

· Hear their fears

· Educate about new things

· Plan and adjust

Conclusion

Parents aren’t always right, Because nobody is

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An ambitious 22 year old trying to disrupt education industry.

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