Investigation of the impact of social factors on the educational success of students supported by Imam Khomeini Relief Committee (RA) in Central and Western areas in Tehran

Saeed Abdol

Abstract


Student is one of the important pillars of education institution. Investigation and identification of psychological issues of the students and improvement of his personal and social life can cause quantitative and qualitative development and growth of education. Among these, social status of the families (parental education, family dimension, occupation of parents and peers or classmates), family social support, and an institution social support can be mentioned. Imam Khomeini Relief Committee (RA) has been selected in this research. According to what has been said, the present research is a descriptive - survey research, which has attempted to examine social status and support, and its role in educational achievement of the students supported by Imam Khomeini Relief Committee (RA) in two central and western areas of Tehran. The statistical population of this research consists of all students supported by Imam Khomeini Relief Committee (RA) in two central and western areas of Tehran. This number is 2510 persons and 333 individuals were randomly selected among them. Six hypotheses have been posed in this research. For each hypothesis, several questions were created and placed in the researcher's questionnaire. ANOVA analysis of variance was used to analyze the hypotheses. The results showed that there is a relationship between occupation, education, family dimension, and peers (classmates) with educational achievement of children. But there is no relationship between family social support and educational achievement in children. Finally, there is a relationship between social support of Imam Khomeini Relief Committee (RA) and educational success of the students.


Keywords


social status, social support, educational success, educational achievement, Imam Khomeini Relief Committee (RA).

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