While we send them to school, we should monitor them properly and observe them silently. If you feel that they are having any problem with any subject you should provide additional help on that subject by taking interest and teaching or arranging tuition. If any feelers are there about their unwanted activities you should take them seriously and warn them so that they will never go for such habits.
But if we just send them to school and don't monitor them there is no guarantee that they will become good students. So simply sending them to school or arranging them homeschooling will not be enough for the children. A good parenting is always required for them.
In another Tamil film one song was there,'entha kuzhanthaiyum nalla kuzhanthai than mannil pirakkayile, avan nallavan aavathum kettavan aavadhum annai valarkkaiyile' which means 'all children are good enough when born but made as good or bad only on the mother's brought up'.
So the responsibility for good growth of children is in the hands of parents.
Many parents do not spend quality time with their child, which is of utmost importance during the child's growth. Along with physical development the mental development is also equally important and should not be neglected. There is a tendency among parents to discuss anything and everything in front of the child, which must be avoided. A child is very sensitive and pays attention to everything. A child picks up things very fast, so every adult involved in the day-to-day activities of a child must be very careful so that the child doesn't pick up any behaviour that is unacceptable to the society.
"Life is easier when you enjoy what you do"
In this respect the responsibility of parents is the primary thing in shaping a child's behaviour and manners.
Very few parents take this seriously and always say that they have no role in this and child will grow as per his or her destiny. This is simply to shirk from their responsibilities.
What to say of a child even a mature person is known by the company he keeps. So environment is s big factor in shaping the future of a child.
Knowledge is power.
'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
Even this challenging situation would ease