Parental Involvement And Collaboration Of A Child 's Educational Involvement

2425 WordsAug 17, 201410 Pages
Abstract Parental involvement and collaboration in a child’s educational involvement is positively related to significant student outcomes. It is becoming increasingly obvious that framework is a noteworthy factor in understanding academic achievement, and the venue in which a child, family, and school situated is among salient circumstances influencing performance. In an effort to structure a research framework on rural education in high poverty areas, this study analyzes research on increasing parental involvement in high poverty, rural areas in an attempt to decrease significant learning gaps students have attained as a result of nominal parental involvement and collaboration before the onset of starting school while persistently displaying those characteristics and inadequacies throughout the education process. Background Parents and schools, separately or together, represent noteworthy influences on the impending sources of support for children’s learning and development. Children develop within multiple contexts, and development and learning are optimal when effective networks and permanencies among these systems are created. Methods for creating connections are exhibited in programs stimulating family involvement and vigorous participation in the education process while examining and fostering collaboration and partnerships between families and schools (Semke & Sheridan, 2012). Research discoveries have pointed
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