Researching parental involvement in education introduces an understanding the kinds of parental involvement that most likely improves children’s school performance

Researching parental involvement in education introduces an understanding the kinds of parental involvement that most likely improves children’s school performance. Students spend roughly 13% of their time at school (Jeynes, 2011). The parent has more time directly affecting the learning of their child. The effects of parental interaction and involvement in the school and the impact of parental involvement in the home are important components to research. It is believed that home and school dominance and focuses on the students’ achievement will improve learning and provide a clearer understanding of the expectations of the child. Research has shown that enhanced emotional behaviors can have a positive impact on school success and ultimately in life (Masten et. al, 2005).