Social class can account for differences in how parents coach their children to manage classroom challenges, a study shows such differences can affect a child's education by reproducing inequalities in the classroom. Parents' social class has a greater impact on how well their children perform at school than good parenting techniques such as reading bedtime stories, researchers have shown. Five social disadvantages that depress student performance: for example, this report describes how poor parental literacy and irregular work schedules each varies by race and social class and affects children’s outcomes but they co-vary—simply adding effects together exaggerates estimates of harm because poor literacy and irregular.
Most of it is a social-class gap, unlikely to be closed unless differences in the conditions of lower- and middle-class children can be narrowed for example, parents of different social classes often have different child-rearing styles. The effects of social class can be felt anywhere almost every aspect of society is influenced in some manner by social class the magazines one reads, the television shows one watches, and the clothes a person buys affect social class school, work, religious, and home lives are also linked to the influence of social classes. Evidence indicates that socioeconomic status affects family stability, including parenting practices and developmental outcomes for children (trickett, aber, carlson, & cicchetti, 1991) resilience is optimized when protective factors are strengthened at all socioecological levels, including individual, family and community levels (benzies & mychasiuk, 2009.
In her book, unequal childoods: class, race and family life, annette lareau studied 88 families and used 12 of them to explain her findings on how social class affects parenting and childhood overall, she concluded that social class is more important than race when it comes to parenting styles and. Nevertheless, public schools could do much more than they do to offset the harms that poor students bring to school in particular, three features of schooling correspond to the system of nested inequalities and worsen the disadvantages of poor urban schools, thereby reinforcing social class inequities. Children's social class is still the most significant factor in determining their exam success in state schools, the government's head of teacher training acknowledges today in an interview with the independent, graham holley, the chief executive of the training and development agency, said: the performance of a school and a child in it is highly linked to social class.
Five social disadvantages that depress student performance: this report describes how poor parental literacy and irregular work schedules each varies by race and social class and affects children’s outcomes but they co-vary—simply adding effects together exaggerates estimates of harm because poor literacy and irregular work are.