Study: Parenting More Important to Schools than Academic Achievement

Research from North Carolina State University, Brigham Young University and the University of California, Irvine finds that parental involvement is a more significant factor in a child’s academic performance than the qualities of the school itself.

Take a look at the Science Daily article to read more.

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One thought on “Study: Parenting More Important to Schools than Academic Achievement

  1. And yet, the surprising thing is that quite a few schools seem to try to downplay parent’s efforts, undermine their authority, or act as if all parents are terrible. Some of the newsletters and fliers from schools are offensive in that they treat parents as students themselves. There’s no need to make a child’s education Us vs. Them. We need to work together.

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