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The Role of Parenting Styles in Enhancing or Hindering Children’s performance in preschool Activities
Extensive studies have been conducted on the relationship between parenting styles and adolescents’ academic performance. However, limited studies have focused on the relationship between these styles and preschool children’s ...
Jigger Infestation a Menace to Children’s School Attendance
This study intended to investigate the relationship between jigger infestation and participation at school by preprimary school and lower primary school children. The objective of the study was to find out the ...
Educational support for orphans and vulnerable children in primary schools: Challenges and interventions
(Western Australian Institutes for Educational Research, 2016)
Educational status is an important indicator of children’s wellbeing and future life opportunities. It can predict growth potential and economic viability of a state. While this is an ideal situation for all children, ...
Psychosocial support for orphans and vulnerable children in public primary schools: Challenges and intervention strategies
(Education Association of South Africa, 2015)
Much has been written about orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) with regard to their education and living. However, relatively few studies have documented the psychosocial support provided for OVC in public primary ...
Does marital status influence the parenting styles employed by parents?
The current study sought to establish whether parents’ marital status, influence their use of specific parenting styles in Kisauni District, Kenya. A correlational research design was employed to carry out this study. ...
Family Class and Parents’ Level of Education as Determinants of Pupils’ Readiness to Learn Mathematics in Primary Schools in Kasarani Sub-County, Kenya
(Open Access Publishing Group, 2018)
This study sought to establish pupils’ readiness to learn mathematics at the start of primary school. The study explored the influence of family class and parents’ level of education on standard one pupils’ readiness to ...