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FAMILY by Mind Map: FAMILY

1. By participating in parent-teacher conferences and volunteering at school, they encourage the students

2. FAMILY STRUCTURE

2.1. Those who coming from a family with fewer children perform better academically than those coming from a family with many children.

2.1.1. But in three countries family size has relatively small effect.

2.1.2. But in families with many children the parents have less time, less emotional and physical energy less attention to give and less ability to interect with children as individuals.

2.2. Divorce links to behaviour problems, anxiety and depression in students

2.2.1. Pupils are negatively affected by a parental divorce or separation during the high school years.

3. FAMILY EDUCATION

4. FAMILY RELATIONS

4.1. When a sense of demotivation from the family, the student feels he does not know where that ship is going, chances are high that he will leave.

4.2. Parent-child warmth is one of the most important protective factors of student dropout.

5. FAMILY INCOME

5.1. The socio economic status of the students is low, the amount of parental support, control and consistency is generally low.

5.2. Many lack adequate support from parents and student aid so it affects students' perspectives.

5.3. When the student finds himself overwhelmed with ever more complex material that he cannot digest, he can just give up.

5.4. Dropouts who are concerned about their immediate, short-term financial situation may see a full-time job as the best way to maintain the lifestyle they desire.

5.5. The family environment and socioeconomic status influences academic achievement. Children who attend schools in poor, disadvantaged neighborhoods tend to perform at lower levels than their peers in higher achieving schools

6. FAMILY SUPPORT FOR EDUCATION

6.1. Parents who talk to children about the importance of school and education encourage children’s intellectual development and their education.

6.2. If the pupils themselves are no role models promoting educational values, their children do not equip children’s surroundings with cultural supportive tools.

6.3. If a parent doesn't encourage her child to stay in school, show interest in classes and teachers, communicate with administration, or pay attention to homework assignments, the child might not see any reason to follow through with the coursework. When parents don't prioritize their child's high school education, the child choose to drop out

6.4. A lack of parent participation, both at home and by volunteering in the school, is also linked to a decrease in academic achievement. Children who aren't read to at home, don't receive help with their homework or aren't taught to value education also tend to do more poorly than children who do receive academic support in the home.

7. Co- education

8. Information and conferences