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The research aimed to explore the relationship between Parents’ Socioeconomic Status (education level, income level and marital status) and the student academic performance in the urban primary schools of Bhutan. 408 urban student’s parents were selected as sample through multistage random sampling method. One-way ANOVA statistics was employed to test for statistical significant differences among the observed sample means of student academic performance based on parent’s socioeconomic status. The results indicated that there were statistical significant differences in student academic performance based on parent’s income level; the student academic performance of the parents with high income is higher than those with middle and low income, while there were no statistical significant differences in the student academic performance based on parent’s education level and marital status.
Rosane Cavalcante Fragoso, Brasil
Chief Scientific Officer and Head of a Research Group
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