The Impact of Non- Serious Behavior of Parents on Their Children Academic Performance By: Sanam Sarwar
Recent years in Pakistan, school management faces many challenges through studies of their students although they are performing well when they are at school but at home their performance were not improved. Management have decided to solve this out and arranged a meeting of staff members of all the campuses. They have gathered data of children those progress are not satisfactory or those who were not performing well. When data has been gathered, from different campuses the main problem which every campus faces is lack of participation of Parents through studies of their children. Parent’s participation is the ingredient that makes the difference. Parents' active involvement with their child's education at home and in school brings great rewards and has can have a significant impact on their children's child's lives. We arranged parent’s teacher meeting, but unfortunately many parents refused to attend that meeting because of their tough schedule. So school management want to know about the reasons of their non serious behavior, in this paper we analyzed some of the reasons. 2: Statement of Problems:
The major problems facing the school management are as follows: * Incomplete home assignments
* Students attendance
* Improper uniforms
* Low participation in activities
* Lack of adequate support from home.
In order to address these problems stated above the paper attempted to answer the following questions relating to the parents behavior: (a) What is the impact of non serious attitude of Parents on their Academic performance? (b) Do children need total attention from Parents to perform well? (c) Does Parents give that much attention which they required? (d) How the can remain informed about the daily progress of their children? (e) What are the main reasons of Parents to not attend PTM? 3: Literature Review:...
References: * http://www.springerreference.com/docs/html/chapterdbid/3027.htm
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