I teach a 4th grade math class. Most students receive A's on their homework, but then get to class and have NO idea how they did this work. (Meaning their parents are doing it). I have been giving mini quizzes each day so the children start to realize that they have to LEARN it...not just DO it. This is only "sort of" working. I reteach almost EVERY lesson. I have never had SOOO much trouble getting through to a class. I have good class management, I differentiate instruction, etc. I know it's wrong to point the finger, but have these parents created "lazy learners?" One Mom approached me today and said to excuse her son from the work because she lost it while cleaning his folder. Her son is too old for mommy to do that. Any advice on what to do?