Parents, Schools and Academic Behavioral disorders

Mozhgan TavalaeeMoghadam, Ali Akbar SheikhiFini, S. Abdolwahab Samavi


This study conducted to investigate the simple and multiple relationships between parents, schools, and academic behavioral disorders of female high school students in Iran, using descriptive correlational method. The research population consisted of all female high school students in Iran in the academic year 2016-2017; among which 340 students were selected as samples by multistage random sampling. The selected samples were measured using parent-school collaboration and communication questionnaire and academic behavioral disorder questionnaire. The results of data analysis indicated that there is a relationship between the number of parent-school contacts and students’ academic behavioral disorders. However, there is no relationship between parental involvement in school affairs and students’ academic behavioral disorders. There is a relationship between family rules with respect to the academic behavioral disorders of students. There is no relationship between parental involvement in schools and teachers blaming students. There is a relationship between the component of parental participation in schools and the students’ academic behavioral disorders.

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