Family Factors and the Educational Success of Children (Paperback)William Jeynes (editor)
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Family Factors and the Educational Success of Children addresses a wide range of family variables and a diverse array of family situations in order to understand the dynamics of the multifaceted relationship between family realities and educational outcomes of children. It provides research on building effective partnerships between parents and teaches the importance of parental style, parental involvement as a means of improving family life, the influence of family factors on children of color, and the role of religion in influencing family and educational dynamics.
This book is a valuable resource for academics, family scientists, social workers, psychologists, parents, and students. The book contains research on a full variety of issues, which will provide insight into a wide range of practical matters regarding the influence of the family. The research methodology included in this book includes examining large data sets, case studies, research syntheses and other student surveys. As a result of reading this book, individuals will have greater insight into how a multitudinous number of family factors ultimately influence the educational success of children, whether that is experienced directly or indirectly.
This book was published as a double special issue of Marriage and Family Review.
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Inc
Number of pages: 420
Weight: 658 g
Dimensions: 235 x 159 x 25 mm
This insightful collection of essays provides a nuanced and sophisticated look into the ways the family furthers academic achievement and other beneficial student behavior. The findings will help educators, policy makers and parents more clearly to understand how healthy family dynamics contribute to the school experiences of youth. The examples and thoughtful reflections will help them envision how schools can partner with families to improve these vital relationships.
Perry L. Glanzer, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Baylor University
This book successfully pulls together cutting-edge research from a variety of disciplines and types of inquiry and provides an important history and overview of the subject. It also draws attention to the role of religious belief in educational success. In this accountability-driven era, when people search for nearly any solution to increase the success of students, it is good to have the idea of parental involvement aired out for investigation. Educational researchers, school administrators and teachers, policymakers, and parents will benefit from reading this work and applying its principles to their own work with children.
Joanne Marshall, Associate Professor of Education, Iowa State University
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