Alkida Hidri


Education is experienced by teachers, students and their parents as a daily school environment, while in the perspective of national politics, “education” are a long term investment, therefore, the careful definition of priorities in the broader range of needs takes a particular importance.”

It is a study conducted over a four month period, achieved in three high schools, and one secondary school in the city of Elbasan. “Dhaskal Todri”, “Qemal Stafa”, and ”Kostandin Kristoforidhi” high schools and “Naim Frasheri” secondary school have as a primary intention the awareness of teachers and students towards the increasing of cooperation between them and the involvement  of students’ family members in the programs and initiatives undertaken by the schools in the context of the education process, increasing the active role of social workers. Quantitative method has been used to complete this study, exploiting different materials from pedagogical journals, publications of some of the greatest psychologists, materials from seminars organized by MES (Ministry of Education and Sport), records from a questionnaire distributed to some high schools in the city, study case at a mental health center. The results of the study show the multidimensional problems faced by Albanian schools during these years, difficulty that is based on the teacher-student relationship and the school's cooperation with the students’ family. Today these relationships and this cooperation are in a transitional phase between conservatism, authoritarianism and democracy.


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adolescence, academic achievement, school attendance, family functioning, teacher-parent relationship, teacher-parent cooperation, teacher-parent communication, psychosocial development of adolescents, social worker


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