To provide 3-4 additional best practices of millennial parents.
Millennial parents are emphasizing on positive parenting as opposed to the authoritarian discipline. They reward positive things rather than punishing negative ones.
Earlier, parents used to think that strict discipline and even the use of physical force was okay. Millennials differ in that and believe in positive parenting rather than punishing/enforcing discipline.
71% of millennial parents keep themselves informed about any and all aspects of parenting through "parenting websites, online forums, parenting blogs and social networks."
In addition to that, 31% of millennial parents, as opposed to 13% when it comes to baby boomers, feel comfortable and easy in talking to their parents about their children.
Be it the parents or the use of internet, millennials are different as compared to earlier generations as they did not have access to both of these facilities.
Educational choice give children a better chance at succeeding in the long run.
Millennials are making this choice keeping their own educational career in mind. "Many are products of a public school system that rewards conformity to a rigid, “ideal student” mold, and have seen firsthand how that system has failed to prepare them for today’s rapidly-changing economy. It’s exactly this experience that’s leading millennials to want unique students to have unique options."
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