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|Title:||Parenting Styles and Student’s Academic Performance in Selected Secondary Schools in Busia District Uganda|
|Publisher:||Kampala International University, College/School of Education|
|Abstract:||Theoretical perspectives on factors affecting the academic performance of students (may, 2009), there are various factors which affect of one’s performance right from pre-school to all levels of school. And parenting styles is one of them (factors). This was added on by M.P Mapesela university of Free State, South Africa. According to Ouma, Paul 10, The effects of External school environment on performance in Busia district secondary schools (2010), world over education which involves good performance has both private and social returns, but because learners are not performing well due to reasons outside school, like parental lack of care of their children, those social and private returns have only remained theoretical. The researcher has therefore seen that, though there are other factors which affect students’ academic performance in schools, parenting styles is one of them and to a larger extent.|
|Description:||A research Dissertation Submitted to The College of Education Open Distance And E-Learning in Partial Fulfilment of The Requirements for The Award of Bachelor’s Degree in Arts with Education of Kampala International University|
|Appears in Collections:||Bachelor of Arts with Education|
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