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  1. Effects of Parental Education and Involvement on Student Achievement: Evidence from Pakistan BaelaRazaJamil Zara Khan Zaheer Abbas PRESENTED AT: Comparative and International Education Society (CIES) – 10th to 16th March 2014 Participation at CIES Supported by: Open Society Foundation (OSF)

  2. Presentation Outline • Introduction • Objectives of the Paper • Past Studies on the Topic • Context of the Study • Tools used for Analysis • The Econometric Model • Results and Findings • Discussions • Policy Recommendations • Future Directions and Research

  3. Introduction- Learning Crisis in Pakistan • Only 43% of Grade 5 students can do Grade 2 level two digit division or read Grade 2 level sentences in English. (ASER Pakistan 2013) • Deteriorating trends from 2012 to 2013

  4. Reasons for Poor Learning Levels • Student Background and Home Environment?

  5. Objectives of the Paper

  6. Past Literature

  7. Context of the Study (School-TELLS)

  8. Size of the Study

  9. Tools Used in the Study Survey Tools • School Questionnaire • Classroom Observation Questionnaire • Teacher’s Questionnaire • Student’s Questionnaire Assessment Tools • Teacher’s Test • Student’s Test • RAVENS Progressive Matrices Test

  10. Tools used for Analysis

  11. Median Learning scores For Grade 3:Math score= 47 out of 100RAVENS Test Score= 8 out of 20 For Grade 5:Math score= 56 out of 100RAVENS Test Score= 10 out of 20

  12. The Econometric Model Math_score= β0+ β1Parent_Educ + βX+ ε where Math_score= Total score of the child on the Student TestParent_Educ= Highest Educational Level in the Household X= Control and Explanatory Variables H0: Parental Education does not have an impact on the Arithmetic test scores of children

  13. Variables used in the Regression

  14. Associations between Explanatory Variables

  15. Results and FindingsFor Grade 5

  16. Results and FindingsFor Grade 5

  17. Results and FindingsGrade 3

  18. Discussions

  19. Policy Recommendations

  20. Future Directions and Research In 2014 these schools will be revisited and some intervention is being explored with the School Education Dept, Punjab and private schools in the study

  21. Thank You!