The current research aimed at investigating Saudi parents attitudes towards their childrens EFL instruction. The participants were (334) Saudi parents who have children learning EFL at primary schools. The research followed the descriptive analytical research design and an attitude scale was designed by the researcher for data collection. The research was conducted during the academic year 2021. Results showed that the participants have high positive attitudes towards their children’s EFL instruction. Additionally, there are no statistically significant differences between the participants’ attitudes towards their childrens EFL instruction according to gender, studying abroad and educational level variables. Recommendations of the research included developing parental consultation in educational planning and English as a foreign language policy concern.
"Saudi Parents’ Attitudes towards their Children’s EFL Instruction,"
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