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Parental involvement is necessary to boost a student's academic performance ?

Asked by: muslim21
  • Parents do more

    Actually parents are only people whom the children do care for more than any one undoubtedly.So,when they tell anythings to do or do any order to their children then that people want to do that though it"s not always same for all the people.Overall,parents' consultancy and their decisions work both emotionally and academically on a student's performance.

  • Parents do more

    Actually parents are only people whom the children do care for more than any one undoubtedly.So,when they tell anythings to do or do any order to their children then that people want to do that though it"s not always same for all the people.Overall,parents' consultancy and their decisions work both emotionally and academically on a student's performance.

  • Parents have a huge factor to a student's performance

    Every student has its own driving points, and most of the time one of those is to make their parents proud. They (the students) strives hard to give their (the parents) the best achievements they can do.

    Moral support is a powerful driving point to a student, especially if it came from its the people he / she cared for.

    Also, academically, parents can help their child in terms of his / her assignments as they (the parents) have far more educational experience and knowledge than their own kids.

    I therefore conclude, that parents do have a huge effect on every students performance, both academically and emotionally.

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