Family Styles and Children Education Achievements
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Present study was conducted to find the relation of family types with the educational achievements of the children belonging to those families. Randomly selected 100 families were categorized as 50 despotic and 50 with MOPS. The academic achievement records of children of tested families were compared and analyzed to find out the relationship. The relationship of family types were not found with the children achievement levels. A few important findings regarding the relationship between mothers and fathers family roles and mothers and fathers education levels with children achievements emerged. Further studies would reflect more relationship.