Alfred Vargas tells parents: Don’t answer your kids’ homework

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Online learning makes it easier to cheat, but should you really do it?

Quezon City Rep. Alfred Vargas had a warning to fellow parents whose children are shifting to out-of-classroom lectures, saying they should be mindful against accomplishing their kids’ assignments without giving them the chance to learn and think for themselves.

“To counter distance cheating, distance honesty is needed in blended learning. Teachers far away cannot do this alone. It’s up to the parents/guardians how to encourage/enforce this,” the politiko said.

“Tempting talaga minsan to answer for your kid para lang maperfect ang quiz but is it worth it? NO.”