Include Synonyms Include Dead terms. Download full text. The participation of parents in their children's education has positive impacts on school achievement, yet minority parental participation is decreasing. Parents and teachers have different perceptions of what constitutes parental participation. School personnel often misread the reserve, nonconfrontational manners, and noninvolvement of Hispanic parents to mean they are uncaring. In Latino culture, teachers are highly respected and any interference from parents may be considered rude and disrespectful.
Parent Involvement in Public Education: A Literature Review - Research for Action
Jonathan Norris, Florence Neymotin, Norris, Jonathan, More about this item Keywords Parental Involvement ; Schools ; Statistics Access and download statistics Corrections All material on this site has been provided by the respective publishers and authors. You can help correct errors and omissions. See general information about how to correct material in RePEc.
Literature Review On Parental Involvement
As education continues to grow and advance, many questions appear about the impact a child might have if their parents are involved in their literacy development as they are starting formal education. The way that parents are interacting with their children is seen to have multiple effects on their academic, social and behaviors inside the classroom. Genetic factors are taken into account as well as several aspects of the home literacy environment. Children seem to read like their parents because they inherit a genetic tendency for certain reading levels as well as the level of reading that they are exposed to at home.
Student achievement is one of the primary goals of the school. Parent involvement can make a difference in the success of student learning. As students are transitioning to middle school, special education parents are becoming less involved. The NCLB law defines parental involvement as the participation of parents in regular, two-way, and meaningful communication involving student academic learning NCLB, Section