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Gregory P. Jeder
American College of Education
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The reasons for any decrease in parental involvement in education are multiple. " Issues related to the lack of parent involvement include lack of an obvious definition of parental involvement; father and mother not knowing how you can help a child academically; deficiency of encouragement through the teachers; mom and dad are only contacted when something is wrong; and teacher remedying of parents. ” (Young, 2013). Newspaper Article
Laura Clark's article in London's Daily Mail reinforces the concept of solid parental involvement making to get higher educational achievement. " Youngsters do best the moment their father and mother help them with homework, stress the importance of education and attend school events. ” (Clark, 2012).
According to Hornby (2010), Parental Engagement in Years as a child Education: Building Effective School-Family Partnerships claims that " research constantly shows that parents' contributions with their children's education lead to improvements in their academic and behavioral outcomes, by elementary through middle and secondary institution. ” Digital Source
Many reasons exist relating to lack of parental involvement in education. " …a range of factors which in turn hampered parents from energetic participation inside their children's education include the parents' level of education, ranges from home to the school, the absence of transportation, single father and mother and the poor attitudes of some instructors and principals in their procedure toward parents…. ” (Kaperu-Gottlieb, 2004).
Clark, M. (2012, October 12). Good parents 'help a child more than a good school'. Daily Mail. p. twenty-one. Hornby, G. (2011). Parental involvement in childhood education: Building powerful school-
friends and family partnerships. New York, NY: Springer.
Kaperu-Gottlieb, G. (2004). A report to examine learners', teachers' and parents' perceptions of,
and elements that prevent...
References: Clark, L. (2012, October 12). Good father and mother 'help a young child more than a great school '. Daily Snail mail. p. 21.
Hornby, G. (2011). Parent involvement in childhood education: Building powerful school-
family members partnerships. Nyc, NY: Springer.
Kaperu-Gottlieb, G. (2004). A study to examine learners', teachers' and parents' awareness of,
and factors that impede parental participation in the education of their kids. UNAM
Digital Choices, Retrieved coming from: http://digital.unam.na/handle/11070.1/4218#?
Youthful, C. Con., Austin, H. M., & Growe, L. (2013). Understanding parental participation: Perception of
college administrators. Education, (3), 291.