E ISSN: 2583-049X

International Journal of Advanced Multidisciplinary Research and Studies

Volume 3, Issue 6, 2023

Impact of Parent’s Involvement in the Academic Achievement of Student

Author(s): Sajid Ullah Khattak, Saba Gul, Husna Wali, Naima Rubab, Ayesha Gulnaz, Lubna Wali


Schools must collaborate with parents and establish shared accountability for children's academic progress to adhere to the system of interconnected assistance for their students. The main objective of this exertion is to examine how parental participation affects children's academic success. With this strategy, parents' attempts to support schools are encouraged, parental participation is increased, and they assist a successful educational system. Given the significance of parents' involvement in school programs, one will explore the benefits of parental engagement in this research and provide a concise summary of the guiding principles for a fruitful collaboration between parents and teachers. This is secondary research in which data from various journal publications about parents' involvement in their children's academic achievement was investigated. Further, this study reveals how parental involvement affects child behavior, contentment with teachers and their low level of absenteeism. Absenteeism increases the likelihood of dropping out of school and decreases motivation in learning. Barriers to parental involvement and suggestions to overcome that difficulty are also described. Greater the parental participation, the greater the likelihood that children will achieve academically and become contributing members of society. The study concludes that specific tactics must be commonplace inside the school to efficiently engage parents in school matters and their children’s education. Additionally, one will come to some significant conclusions and offer suggestions for designing programs to enhance parental engagement.

Keywords: Parental Involvement, Parental Involvement and Children's Academic Achievement, Parent and Teacher Contentment, Children Absenteeism, Strategies to Involve Parents in Children's Education, Successful Education

Pages: 1429-1453

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