The purpose of this study was to identify
the effect of parents involvement on the reading
achievement of their children with learning difficulties.
The purposefully selected sample consisted of )60(
Learning Resource students at Jerash schools. The
sample was assigned to participation and no-participation
groups. Parents were invited to participate for 10 weeks
during the second semester 2014. Results indicated
improvement of reading achievement by students with
learning disabilities in favor of the participation group.
Results revealed statistically significant differences
attributed to gender in favor of mothers. Results also
found statistically significant differences attributed to the
educational level in favor of participants with education
above the secondary level. The researcher recommends
organizing workshops encouraging parents’ participation
in the implementation of the educational programs
designed for their children with learning disabilities.
العتوم, فايز and العتوم, نعيم
"The Effect of Parents Involvement on the Reading Achievement of their Children with Learning Disabilities,"
Jadara Journal For Research and Studies: Vol. 1
, Article 2.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/jadara/vol1/iss1/2