How much time every week do you spend helping your children with their homework? If you live in India, you probably spend more time helping out than in other countries. According to an Ipsos survey conducted for The Varkey Foundation and published by The World Economic Forum, parents in India spend an average of 12 hours every week sitting with their children and helping them after school.
By comparison, Brazilian and Russian parents both average 7.5 hours of homework helping every week while in China, it averages 8.2 hours. U.S. parents spend about 6.2 hours a week helping out while in Japan, it's only 2.6 hours.
This chart shows the average number of hours per week spent helping by country in 2018.
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