Parental Involvement and School Achievement

  • Kocayörük E
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Parents' involvement in their children's schooling is associated with children's school success, with the positive effects of parent involvement having now been demonstrated. Many researchers have emphasized that family or parental involvement is essential to ensure healthy child development such as cognitive, intellectual development, academic achievement and psychological adjustment in school settingsThere is a growing body of literature considering on parental involvement in education and this study has been focused on the effects of parental involvement that have the strongest relation with achievement and how the parents can be more involved in school activities. The current study conducted a review and discussion on parental involvement in education and school activities how and which types of parental involvement are related to achievement.




Kocayörük, E. (2016). Parental Involvement and School Achievement. International Journal of Human and Behavioral Science, 2(2).

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