1NEWS – Good evening, Doc. I want to ask, I have a child who has entered school age.
However, he still cannot read and write. Should I force my child to continue studying at school? Thank you.
(Nunik Marun, 30 years old, Medan)
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Rose Mini APMPsi, Psychology Consultant.
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Many parents are worried when it’s time for their little ones to go to school but they don’t yet have the ability to count, read or write.
This worry is natural. However, when your child can’t do it, it doesn’t mean that he is not capable or is considered not the same as normal children in general.
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Some children are not able to read and write at the age of four years. However, this should not be a special requirement when entering kindergarten.
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