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MS in Special Education
For students to succeed in school there are a number of different factors that need to be in place. This study has explored the connection between parental involvement in their children’s education and the student’s success in school. The question that was proposed stated “Does the amount of involvement in a child’s schooling affect the level of success the student experiences, and is it proportional?” Through surveying both teachers and students, this research explores the correlation between parental involvement and student success. According to the information gathered from the surveys, when teachers, students, and parents are all working together the students will perform at an elevated level.
Wooden, Steven, "Correlation Between Parent Involvement And Student Success" (2010). Education Masters. Paper 101.
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