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Influence of Socio-Economic and Educational Background of Parents on their Children ’ s Education in Nigeria

  title={Influence of Socio-Economic and Educational Background of Parents on their Children ’ s Education in Nigeria},
  author={Ahmad Kainuwa and Najeemah Binti Mohammad Yusuf},
This conceptual paper studies the influence of parent‟s socio-economic status and educational background on their children‟s education in Nigeria. The paper reviews literature on how socio-economic status and educational background of the parents affects the education of their children; examine the role of parents‟ socio-economic status and their educational background on the Educational process of their children. In addition, studies and researches from the previous works of scholars relating… 
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