June 2009
Dolly;Jun2009, Issue 464, p128
The article presents opinions from teenagers on whether parents should pay for good grades. Katarina says one should be able to earn good grades without the need for payment. Carrie thinks that such incentives could encourage some people to cheat so they get good grades and more money. Meg claims a monetary reward would encourage her to study more.


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