Anne-Baba Tutumu ve Okul Başarısına Etkisi

March 2011
Ekev Academic Review;bahar2011, Vol. 15 Issue 47, p423
Academic Journal
This study aimed to investigate the effect of parents attitudes on students' school success in the light of current literature. For this purpose, 150 9th and 12th grade high school students randomly selected from Şükrüpaşa High School. Data were collected through a questionnaire composed of 49 items. Data gathered were statistically analyzed and presented descriptively through tables. 80 percent of the students thought that parents attitudes has a significant effect on students' school success while 20 percent did not. As a result, it could be argued that school-family cooperation is an important issue has to be dealt with in teaching.


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