PARENTAL ENGAGEMENT IN ONLINE LEARNING FOR UNIVERSITY STUDENTS DURING COVID-19
In this essay, we have emphasized the educational practices of the students during COVID-19 and evaluated the parents' role in enhancing their children's learning attitude. Four hundred individuals from various educational institutions provided information, which was then processed for SPSS data analysis. We initially evaluated the questionnaire's consistency and discovered that it was better. When we later calculated some summary statistics, we saw that most queries displayed normality. According to chi-square analysis, it was found that parents with higher educations helped their kids with their online learning—high-speed internet service. Parents with education helped their kids manage their time so they could study online with a positive attitude. They supported the purchase of the online learning equipment financially and encouraged their children to change their behavior towards it.
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