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PORTRAITS OF LOW-INCOME AFRICAN-AMERICAN MOTHERS’ INVOLVEMENT IN SUBURBAN SCHOOLS

PORTRAITS OF LOW-INCOME AFRICAN-AMERICAN MOTHERS’ INVOLVEMENT IN SUBURBAN SCHOOLS This study advances the premise that African-American parents are deliberately involvedin their children’s education; however, many educators may not recognize their involvementbecause it may not always align with dominant cultural expectations. Therefore, the purpose ofthis study is to explore beneficial social capital and cultural capital that […]

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Rethinking Family Engagement During School Closures

Rethinking Family Engagement During School Closures Taking time to check assumptions about family engagement can make a huge difference in the lives of your students and their caregivers. By: DR. RACHAEL MAHMOOD APRIL 27, 2020 As educators, we often strive to find ways to increase family involvement in our classrooms. Research confirms that family involvement […]

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