IMPACT OF PARENTAL BEHAVIOR AND HOME ISSUES ON ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF CHILDREN AT THE SECONDARY LEVEL OF CITY SHEIKHUPURA
The goal of this study is to find out if parents' economic status has a big effect on how well their children do in secondary school in the city of Sheikhupura. The study's goal was also to look at the results of a literature review on the relationship between what parents do and how well their children do in school. This study was done at secondary schools in Sheikhupura, and responses from 111 secondary school students were used as samples. For the samples in this study, a simple sampling method was used. A survey was used to get personal information from students. Exam scores were used to figure out how well students did. A qualitative method was used to figure out how what parents did affected how well their kids did in school. It was found that parents care about their kids' schooling no matter how much money they have. But parents' participation was most affected by things like their age, education, job, and whether or not they were married. Results from elementary school showed that students whose parents were very interested in their education did better in school and scored higher on tests overall than those whose parents were not interested in their education. Conclusions The results showed that parents should learn more about how important it is to visit their kids at school and help them out. Since parents are their children's first teachers, it was also suggested that they play an important role in their education both at home and in school.