There are numerous family factors that affect a student’s academic performance, from changing hard economic times to a lack of resources. These factors can affect a child’s development, growth, and ability to focus. This research aims to examine the impact of family problems on academic achievement. The research results suggest that the effects of family problems on student academic performance are significant.
As a result, it is important for parents to recognize that a child’s academic performance can be negatively affected by family problems. For example, if a child’s parents are separated or divorced, the child may feel neglected and show signs of distress. The child may also act out in school.
Other factors that can affect academic achievement include family socioeconomic status and parental education participation. These factors may affect a child’s ability to complete homework or succeed in tutorial classes. For example, children from families with higher incomes attend better schools than those from poorer families. And, of course, a child’s ability to complete homework at home is impacted by the quality of schooling in the home.
In many cases, parents must work long hours to make ends meet. This can lead to financial instability. It is also important to note that economic instability has a negative impact on the child’s academic performance.