• Media type: E-Article
  • Title: The role of family in the students’ educational achievement
  • Contributor: Lazurenko, Natalia V.; Korolyova, Kseniya Y.; Voloshina, Irina G.; Svischeva, Irina K.; Blagorozheva, Zhanna O.
  • imprint: Revista Eletronica Politica e Gestao Educacional, 2021
  • Published in: Revista on line de Política e Gestão Educacional
  • Language: Not determined
  • DOI: 10.22633/rpge.v25iesp.6.16154
  • ISSN: 1519-9029
  • Keywords: General Medicine
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  • Description: <jats:p>First of all, parents compete for high-quality educational opportunities for their children, and better educational opportunities result in more excellent academic achievement. Second of all, parenting behavior and educational support for their children can nurture children's learning attitudes and influence academic achievement. The article reviews and summarizes the results of the analysis of parents’ support in the educational success and values-based orientations of young students. Data for study which involved interviewing students (n=468, proportional selection by gender, age, course of study) made it possible to identify the following semantic units of analysis: values-based (life) orientations of student-age youth and motives for better education, wedding (family as a value), attitude to marriage registration and divorce (attitude to matrimony); reproductive attitudes (attitude towards parenting (fatherhood / motherhood). The results of the study have shown that family occupies an important place in the hierarchy of values ​​of modern student’s youth, taking an intimate meaning (values ranked as high: “happy family life”, “love” (according to The Values Survey by M. Rokeach) and social significance, 93% of respondents note the importance and necessity of the institution of family for modern society. It was also concluded that their families’ socioeconomic status profoundly influences students’ academic accomplishment.</jats:p>
  • Access State: Open Access