Parenting styles and their impact on academic achievement among secondary school students: A field study on a sample of third-year secondary school students in the wilaya of Tizi Ouzou

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The aim of this study was to explore the relationship between parental parenting styles (father's treatment and mother's treatment) and academic achievement among secondary school students through a field study in the Wilaya of Tizi Ouzou. In our study, we employed a descriptive approach on a sample consisting of 50 students, with 30 females and 20 males selected randomly. To grasp the phenomenon under study and contextualise it properly, we relied on Schaefer's Children Report of Parental Behaviour Inventory (1965) and students' grades to gauge academic achievement. The study findings affirmed a statistically significant correlation between parental parenting styles and students' academic achievement.

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