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A Cochlear implant is one of the electronic device management options for children with severe to profound sensorineural hearing loss. The outcomes of cochlear implants will have various factors. This current study's main factor is parental education. The study aims to find out the speech perception significant difference between educated and uneducated parents children with a cochlear implant. A cross-sectional study was conducted in 240 children with the cochlear implant within the age range of 4-8 years. Four simple stories with phase and sentence levels were used for data collection. The results reveal that there is a significant difference between the educated and uneducated parent's children's speech perception. Parental education also one of the influencing factors for speech perception in children with a cochlear implant.