Parent/School Connections

Bracey, Gerald W.
January 1988
Phi Delta Kappan;Jan88, Vol. 69 Issue 5, p379
Comments on an article about the importance of getting parents involved in schools, published in the September 1987 issue of 'Child Development.' Relationship between maternal education and parental involvement; Link of the age of child with the degree of parental involvement in school activities; Influence of parental involvement on students' performance.


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