How to get kids to do homework and deal with moving to a new school

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's back to school for the last remaining school districts in Central Texas and for many students and parents, that means back to some typical and not-typical challenges. KXAN's Sally Hernandez asked an expert in education about how best to help kids through homework and what to do about a school transition.

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