Are only-children always better in academic performance?

Originally posted on Best Evidence in Brief Index: By Winnie Tam, Centre for University and School Partnership, The Chinese University of Hong Kong In the aftermath of the one-child policy in China (1979-2016) having been implemented more than 30 years, some researchers found that only-children performed better academically. While most of these studies focused on…

Are only-children always better in academic performance? — From experience to meaning…

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