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Project Topic: THE IMPACT OF PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT ON ACADEMIC ENGAGEMENT OF FEMALE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IN BOSOMTWE DISTRICT IN ASHANTI REGION

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  • Department: Education
  • Project ID: EDU2023
  • Price: ₦3,000 ($20)
  • Pages: 90 Pages
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The purpose of this study was to identify the impact of parental involvement on academic engagement of female Senior High School students in Bosomtwe District in Ashanti Region. The study population comprised of all 175 female students, but the response rate was 150. The study analysis was based on 150 female students and 75 parents. Questionnaire which was in the form of a likert scale, ranging from strongly disagree (1) to strongly agree (5) was used to collect data. The reliability estimates for the study was 0.83 cronbach alpha for female students and 0.75 for the parents. The methodological inquiry, quantitative approach was used as well as descriptive design. The statistical analysis tools of frequency, percentages, mean and Pearson correlation was employed. Findings indicated that while majority of the female students strongly agreed that their educated parents provided them with learning resources, the majority of parents strongly agreed that their level of education assisted them to understand their girl child‟s academic needs. Again, both majority of the female students and parents strongly agreed that parents‟ responsiveness to female students‟ feelings and needs impacted on the female students‟ academic engagement. Based on these findings, the study recommended that parents should provide for their female students learning resources and also improve upon their level of education in order to understand their female students‟ academic needs; parents should timely monitor their female students‟ academic progress to enhance their female students‟ academic engagement. Parents should also exhibit positive interaction with their female students on their education to enhance the female students‟ academic engagement. 

THE IMPACT OF PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT ON ACADEMIC ENGAGEMENT OF FEMALE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IN BOSOMTWE DISTRICT IN ASHANTI REGION
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  • Project ID: EDU2023
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  • Pages: 90 Pages
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    Type Project
    Department Education
    Project ID EDU2023
    Price ₦3,000 ($20)
    No of Pages 90 Pages
    Format Microsoft Word

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