Integration and participation of parents in educational system
Keywords:education, family, relationship, school influence, school-parent
The objective of the article is to inform the relevance and importance of the family when getting involved as a beneficiary factor in the study of young people; more importantly, the father in his contribution to the education of his sons and daughters. After decades and with the passing of the years this bond so transcendental between parents and children has been weakened, so that the results today are so visible that it is increasingly less important for the young person to study and move forward in their professional future life; going to another extreme as it also hurts to overprotect a lot in your student preparation life, without letting it be defended only that it constitutes another current concern since there is no effort to achieve its goals, knowing that someone who seeks Always solution to your problems.
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