par Vereecken, Martine ;Hauzeur, Claire ;Asiel, Monique
Référence Revue de pédiatrie, 16, 7, page (421-428)
Publication Publié, 1980
Article révisé par les pairs
Résumé : This study of 286 Belgian children in second year primary school confirms the close relationship between scholastic success on the one hand, and social class and place of residence on the other. It is more common for grandparents to live with their families in rural areas than in urban areas. There is a correlation between the number of surviving grandparents and success at school of the grandchildren. Marital problems between the parents tend to promote difficulties at school and similar problems in the preceding generation accentuate this tendency.