Should Parents be Encouraged to Participate in the Academic Activities of the Children by School Management? - Abstract
School management should encourage parents to participate in the academic activities of the children because it will lead to achieving academic success and improving social and emotional skills. Schools that encourage parents to participate in academic activities have high performance rates in terms of achieving academic goals. Parental participation in the learning process of their children results in improved attitude, behaviour, and social adjustment. However, children whose parents are overprotective feel difficulty in developing problem-solving and decision-making skills so are unable to face their future challenges independently. But children perceive it positively and become more responsible in achieving their academic goals when parents frequently visit schools and want to get informed about the routine of their children. In brief, parental involvement by school management is very vital to raising propitious individuals of society having great emotional and social skills.