ACTIVE PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT RELATIONSHIP WITH SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS, AND ITS IMPACT ON STUDENTS’ ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE

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This study was designed to provide a better understanding of parental involvement impact on students’ academic performance, and wither or not it is linked to the families socioeconomic status. And In effort to provide a more profound understanding of parental involvement, it has been divided into two separate constructs (active involvement, and home parenting). In this quantitative study data was collected through a questioner  and analyzed  using IBM SPSS. The findings of the study support the link between the socioeconomic status and active involvement but not home parenting. The study also further proves the impact of active involvement on academic performance, but presents an opportunity to control that impact through good home parental practices.


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Socioeconomic status (SES), parental involvement, active parental involvement, home parenting, academic performance.

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