In shown the significant influence of socioeconomic status on

In today’s world, schooling plays an important role. In fact,
an educated individual is an asset to any nation. Our awareness is deepened and
our vision is expanded through education. Thus, the students’ academic
achievements must be considered important, since they are the future builders.  It is our parents and teachers’ efforts which
make us a well educated person and consequently, home can be the primary place
where education begin. Many studies have shown the significant influence of
socioeconomic status  on student
achievement (Coleman, et al., 1966; Lee, Bryk, & Smith, 1993).  Besides, parents’ educational level has been
seen as one of the most stable criteria of Socio-Economic Status (SES) (Sirin,
2005). Indeed, what parents do has a vital effect not only on the child
academic achievement, but also on their development (Cornell & Gross,
1987).  According to  Davis-Kean, (2005), educational level of
parents affects children educational and behavioral outcomes. As Eccles &
Kean (2005) state, it is the education that helps parents broaden their
knowledge of parenting and influences the parents-children interactions at
home. So, what seems to be between parents’ educational level and the child’s
achievement is the factor of parents’ involvement. Khajehpour (2011) says the
significant element which affects a child’s education positively is parental
involvement. Actually, the more parents are involved in their children’s
learning process; the more beneficial and fruitful are the achievement effects
(Cotton and Wikelund, 2005). Parental involvement can consist of different
activities such as having discussions about what children have learned at
school or in private institutes which they attend, helping them in doing their
homework, spending time with them, providing them with some extra-curricular
activities, etc. According to Eccles (2005), different methods are utilized by
educated parents so as to help their children and to open up various
opportunities for them. Highly educated parents in the US, for example, try to
enroll their children in different classes such as music, computer, science,
and even educational summer camps. Children are also provided with tutoring
help if they face difficulty in some lessons. Academic achievement can also
include different types in different fields such as achieving good scores at
school or in private institutes, getting qualifications for a profession, etc. It
can be inferred that children of highly educated parents can experience a
better learning environment. Ignoring the type of involvement, many studies
have shown the positive correlation between this factor and students’ academic
achievement (Muola, 2010). The point which can be induced is that different
articles have studied  either the
influence of parental education on children’s academic achievement or the
relation between the amount of parental involvement and children’s academic
achievement; therefore, it seems to be more practical if the involvement
variable is considered as a moderator and as a result these three variables are
studied together. It is assumed that highly educated parents have more access
to resources, a better income, community contacts, etc. In addition, their
education has had effects on their beliefs, values and goals in life and about
child rearing so they pay more attention to their children and their child’s
achievements can be one of the outcomes.  It can be also useful to study these variables
out of home and school and pay attention to other places where children attend
such as private institutes.

Objectives of this study:

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i.                   
To demonstrate the correlation between the parents’ level of education
and the amount of their involvement in helping children with learning a foreign
language (English).

ii.                 
To demonstrate the correlation between the level of parents’ involvement
and their children’s language achievement in a private language academy.

iii.               
Ultimately, to investigate the effect of parental education on their
children’s language achievement and determine its significance.

iv.              
To recommend some solutions for the probable problems and the betterment
of children’s language learning, considering parents’ involvement.