PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT IN RELATION TO STUDENTS’ READING PERFORMANCE

The study focused on the Parental Involvement in Relation to Students’ Reading Performance. There were seventy-seven (77) students used as respondents in this study and conducted at Pinucauan High School, Pinucauan, Vallehermoso, Negros Oriental. The extent of parental involvement to respondents’ reading performance in terms of parent involvement capabilities had a moderate parental involvement result. Mean and Standard Deviation were used. In Reading performance of respondents, frequency count and percentage were used and the result was high percentage of frustrated readers. The school must determine appropriate strategies to decrease the number of struggling readers and design interventions to help respondents improve their reading performance. However, the relationship between respondents’ extent of parental involvement and their reading performance, the result was significant. The descriptive-correlational survey design was used in this research.

Keywords: Parental Involvement, Reading Performance, Literacy, Learning.

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