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Lusse, Mariëtte; Notten, Ton; Engbersen, Godfried – School Community Journal, 2019
School-family partnerships may contribute to students' academic achievement. This is particularly relevant at schools in urban neighborhoods where children are at greater risk of educational disadvantages. Unfortunately, at urban schools (especially at urban secondary schools), barriers between the school and parents often exist. In an explorative…
Descriptors: Family School Relationship, Urban Schools, Secondary Schools, Foreign Countries
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Lusse, Mariëtte; van Schooten, Erik; van Schie, Luuk; Notten, Ton; Engbersen, Godfried – School Community Journal, 2019
Particularly in urban schools, school-family partnerships can contribute to a student's academic achievement and reduce educational disadvantage, regardless of the family's socioeconomic background. Based on the recommendations of a former explorative field study (also published in this issue), conventional school-family partnership procedures…
Descriptors: Family School Relationship, Urban Schools, Secondary Education, Secondary Schools
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Yulianti, Kartika; Denessen, Eddie; Droop, Mienke – School Community Journal, 2019
Despite a growing body of research on parental involvement and its effects on students' academic achievement, our knowledge about the mechanism of parental involvement in non-Western contexts remains scarce. Our study addresses this gap by exploring the factors that motivate parents from different socioeconomic status and educational levels to be…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Parent Participation, Parent School Relationship, Expectation
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Brown, Clara Lee; Schell, Robin; Denton, Rachel; Knode, Elizabeth – School Community Journal, 2019
It is known that parent involvement contributes to children's overall educational achievement as well as their literacy development. Home literacy, in particular, is critical in helping children who read below grade level. Studies also found that the quality of the interaction between the child and parent is as important as interactive…
Descriptors: Family Literacy, Parent Participation, Coaching (Performance), Literacy Education
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Shahidullah, Jeffrey D. – School Community Journal, 2019
The school system is an important setting for child development. Schoolbased providers, such as school psychologists, are positioned to address behavioral health issues (i.e., mental health, behavioral and social/emotional development, behavioral factors associated with medical conditions) within the school setting. To effectively address these…
Descriptors: Coordination, Mental Health, School Psychologists, Interdisciplinary Approach
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van der Pluijim, Martine; van Gelderen, Amos; Kessels, Joseph – School Community Journal, 2019
For the present review, we analyzed 28 studies researching the effects of interventions for parents with less education on the oral language development of their young children (ages 3-8). Two groups of interventions were distinguished: shared reading and other home activities. Within each group, we distinguished three categories of strategies:…
Descriptors: Oral Language, Intervention, Parent Child Relationship, Family Environment
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Bhavnagri, Navaz Peshotan; Kamash, Suha Khalid – School Community Journal, 2019
A Chaldean Catholic immigrant mother from Iraq kept a journal about how her Arab American daughters (ages 9 and 15) visited museums for the first time and participated in museum-related activities that focused on them (1) understanding and developing empathy for all new immigrants coming to the U.S.; (2) understanding and developing appreciation…
Descriptors: Immigrants, Arabs, Museums, Immigration
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Keyes, Tasha Seneca – School Community Journal, 2019
The purpose of this study was to explore, using the voices of diverse high school students, the classroom factors that are important for promoting classroom belonging and engagement. Thirty-one semi-structured interviews were conducted with tenth grade students about classroom belonging and behavioral engagement in their favorite and least…
Descriptors: Learner Engagement, Sense of Community, Classroom Environment, High School Students
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Laho, Nora S. – School Community Journal, 2019
Communication is an integral component for establishing a strong school community. Learning management systems (LMSs) present new opportunities for communication and collaboration among teachers, students, and parents. This study examined parents' and teachers' perceptions and use of a newly adopted LMS for school-home communication in a rural…
Descriptors: Family School Relationship, Adoption (Ideas), Integrated Learning Systems, Parent Attitudes
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O'Connor, Michael T.; Daniello, Frank – School Community Journal, 2019
Given the current political context in the United States, the increased explicit and implicit othering of marginalized communities, and the related societal fracturing--often along ideological lines--this article calls for educators to support and participate in school-community partnerships explicitly framed through a lens of social justice to…
Descriptors: Social Justice, School Community Relationship, Partnerships in Education, Equal Education
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Dunn Shiffman, Catherine – School Community Journal, 2019
This article explores communication between parents who are adult English learners (ELs) and K--12 educators in a Virginia region that has seen a rapid increase in the number of immigrant families. Using a social capital lens, communication is viewed as the means through which information between families and educators is exchanged and authentic…
Descriptors: Adult Education, English (Second Language), Second Language Learning, Second Language Instruction
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Antony-Newman, Max – School Community Journal, 2019
In the current climate of ever-increasing pressure on parents to become more responsible for the achievement of their children, which forms an element of neo-liberal governance with its shift from public to private, it is necessary to understand the discourses generated by parental involvement policies. This analysis showed that existing policies…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Parent Participation, Parenting Skills, Barriers
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Yeh, Ellen – School Community Journal, 2019
Despite many years and multiple plans by education policymakers and school administrators in the U.S. to achieve educational equity, there is still a wide disparity in the postsecondary education (PSE) rate between non-native English speakers and native English speakers. The current study investigated the extent to which parental involvement…
Descriptors: Parent Participation, English Language Learners, Postsecondary Education, Enrollment
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Miller, Jennifer S.; Wanless, Shannon B.; Weissberg, Roger P. – School Community Journal, 2018
The majority of parents in the United States recognize that social and emotional skills are a high priority for their children's success (Princeton Survey Research Associates International, 2015), but most cannot readily articulate how they are utilizing or promoting these skills in their own families (Zero to Three, 2016). Even professionals in…
Descriptors: Parent Role, Social Development, Emotional Development, Skill Development
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López, Anayeli; Viramontez Anguiano, Rubén P.; Galindo, René; Chibucos, Thomas; Atencio, Angela – School Community Journal, 2018
This study examined the role of school personnel on the education of immigrant Latino families and their children in North Central Indiana. An ethnographic research design was used to examine the relationship between a Midwestern U.S. school district and immigrant families and its impact on the education of Latino children. Specifically, over the…
Descriptors: School Personnel, Immigrants, Hispanic Americans, Correlation
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