Parental Involvement Into A Child 's Educational Experience Essay

1075 Words Nov 19th, 2015 null Page
Today in education research from El Nokali, Bachman, and Votruba-Drzalc (2010) shows there is a constant struggle in the classroom for parental involvement into a child 's educational experience. Many students may feel that their parents don 't care about their success or failures in the classroom, that their homework is a burden to their parents if they ask them for help, or they are just being completely shut out by their parents completely when it comes to their education. On the other hand, some students may have the feeling that their parents do care about their success or failures in the classroom, that their questions over homework are welcomed any time that they have them, and that they are instead prompted to talk about their experience in school and what they are learning. Whether it is good or bad research shows across the board that a student 's parents have an effect on their studies and how well they succeed later on in their educational journey and even what path they may choose to take later on. Studies conducted by the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, 2006, p. 20-21) for Early Childcare and Youth Development showed through their investigation that when the parent of the child is more active and involved in their child 's education needs that there is a decline in behavior issues, and increase the child 's ability to create social skills that they may need later on both in…

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