Effects of parental involvement in pupils performance Nakifuma Zone Mukono District Uganda

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Kampala International University, College of Education Open and Distance Learning
The critical issue addressed is the effects of parental involvement in performance amongst school children in Nakifuma Zone. The researcher will find out how it has impacted on the performance of pupils. The study will target 50% of the fourteen schools in the Zone using purposeful random sampling. Elements of parenting are many because of the role they play as mentors in a child's life. The target population will be all head teachers of selected schools and fiver parents from each of the elected schools. This will constitute respondents from the selected area. The data collection will be done using questionnaires. This will facilitate faster collection of data, data analysis and presentation using descriptive survey design, data will be analysed and presented in tables, graphs and percentages. It is hoped that the results of this study will give educators and parents a better understanding on how particular kinds of parental involvement affect children's performance.
A research project submitted in partial fulfillment of the Award of Bachelor of Education Degree of Kampala International University
Parental involvement, Pupils performance