Parental involvement and academic achievement dissertation
Maria Haro , Brandman University Follow. Purpose: The purpose of this qualitative phenomenological study was to understand and explain how parents perceive parent engagement affects high school academic achievement within county operated community schools in Riverside County California. An additional purpose of the study was to understand and explain actions parents believe are necessary to increase parent engagement within county community schools in Riverside County. Methodology: This qualitative phenomenological study explored the perspectives of 16 parents who had students attending County Community Schools in California. The researcher in conjunction with a thematic dissertation partner, Sandra Hernandez, created an in depth semi-structured interview consisting of eight interview questions correlated to the research questions and five demographic questions. The thematic dissertation partner helped in vetting the research question and helped to code the data collected in this research study.
The Effect of Parent Involvement on Student Achievement
ERIC - ED - Parental Involvement and Academic Achievement, ProQuest LLC,
The effect of parent involvement on student achievement was examined in this meta-analysis study. A total of research studies were collected during the literature review, out of which were included in the meta-analysis. Two hundred fifty one correlation coefficients were obtained from the empirical studies with a cumulative sample size of , subjects. The results of the random effect model showed that parent involvement has a low - level positive effect on student achievement.
Parent Involvement Revisited: Background, Theories, and Models
Parental involvement in education remains important for supporting educational achievement in adolescents. The purpose of this ex-post facto study was to evaluate the impact of parental involvement a multidimensional construct, on mathematics achievement in adolescents 9th graders in Kwara State Nigeria. The study also evaluated the relationship between social capital, parental involvement and two motivational constructs, the growth mindset and learning goals. A total of students in their third year of Junior secondary school in Kwara state Nigeria, participated in the study.
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