Eighty-six percent of dads help school-age children with homework, according to a study by Brainly, a subscription service and social learning network. Florida fathers top the list. When polled, half of the fathers said the homework often challenges them. It turns out dads need help with homework themselves and are turning to services like Brainly.
The study says 40 percent of fathers want their kids to be self-sufficient in finding answers and 24 percent of dads encourage studying with peers.