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The Impact of Parents Education, Parents Income, Teacher Education and Locality of School on Students Relinquish School during Primary Level in DG Khan District

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In this study, reasearcher examined the impact of parent's education, parents income, teacher education and locality of school on students relinquish school during primary level .The study data was collected from different urban and rural areas of D.G.Khan schools.The study used the multiple regressions to analyze the effect of parent's education, parent'sincome, teacher education and locality of school on students relinquished school during primary level of education. This research findings show that parent's education, parents income and teacher education were significant and locality of school was insignificant . It is concluded that parent's education, parents income, teacher education are affected to students relinquished school during primary level in the districtand locality of school has no affect on students relinquish school during primary.

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Periodical:
International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences (Volume 54)
Pages:
40-44
DOI:
10.18052/www.scipress.com/ILSHS.54.40
Citation:
S. Ahsan et al., "The Impact of Parents Education, Parents Income, Teacher Education and Locality of School on Students Relinquish School during Primary Level in DG Khan District", International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences, Vol. 54, pp. 40-44, 2015
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Jun 2015
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