46 percent of parents of schoolchildren described their children’s attitude toward school as calm.
25 percent said their son or daughter loves school, but without fanaticism.
One in ten parents (10 percent) see a strong love for learning, teachers, and classmates in their children.
One in six (16 percent) say their child doesn’t like school.
1 percent of parents admit that the child hates school days.
The fact that a school is like a home for a child is said most often by parents of middle school and high school students (15 and 14 percent, respectively). Parents of students in grades 5-9 (20 percent) talk about children’s dislike and even hatred for an educational institution.
The reason for the negative emotions of children in relation to school, parents call the attitude of teachers towards students, the lack of interest of children in learning, bullying and difficult relationships with peers, the poor quality of teaching, heavy study load, laziness. in learning Sometimes, the love of students is not fostered by too strict school discipline, the demands of the family and the complex curriculum.
Parents in school years were also not very often in love with their studies. 6% of Russians admitted to hating lessons, teachers and the entire education system. 15% spoke of dislike for school. 34 percent treated her calmly, 31 percent loved her but not fanatically, and 11 percent loved her very much.