Correlation of Authoritative Parenting Style to Academic Success


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Correlation of Authoritative Parenting Style to Academic Success
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Different styles of parenting offer different benefits to the development of children. Of the primary styles of parental leadership, the authoritative parenting style correlates most directly to scholastic achievement. Conclusive research that spans four decades supports the premise that an authoritative style offers the cognitive, emotional, and sociological developments that lend to achievement in academic environments.
Children do not develop in a vacuum. They are subject to infinite influences in their development. Of these factors, the most...
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