Building Equity in Parent and School Partnerships.

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2021-05
Authors
Stephen, Katrina
Green, Coleman
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Research consistently indicates that parent involvement in school results in positive outcomes for children in primary and secondary settings. Consequently, school districts have adopted parent involvement activities to include both home and school types to support family preferences. Desipte intentional communication of home and school-based activities, school staff may inadvertently exhaust parent collaboration activities and fail to expand involvement options that support diverse families and circumstances. The following presentation examines the correlational results of a study on parent perceptions of parent involvement to identify best practices to increase equity in parent and school partnerships.

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A video presentation of research done for 2021 Undergraduate Research Symposium
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Parent and School Parnerships, collaboration activities, parent perceptions
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