Main Article Content
Family income and parenting are important factors while considering child educational performance. The current study is based on literary as well as field information, which explores the role of family income and poor parenting in child educational performance. In order to explore the relationship between family income and child educational performance, the relevant literature has been reviewed where the empirical data was collected from 240 school teachers selected from a population of 2311 through random sampling technique. The data has been collected through structured interview schedule, which is further analyzed statistically in the form of tables while correlation test has been used to determine the relationship between low family income, poor parenting and child educational performance. The analysis indicates that children living in families with low income and poor parenting have poor educational performance.