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Recasting the Role of Family Involvement in Early Literacy Development: A Response to the NELP Report
In this article, the authors argue that the findings from the National Early Literacy Panel report related to parent involvement and family literacy programs require further clarification. Based on an ideological view of literacy, the authors offer three recommendations that would provide a more accurate representation of parent involvement and family literacy programs and the families they serve. These recommendations would also enhance the findings of the NELP report.
Updated: Jul. 05, 2011
In this article, the author explores the relationships and responsibilities of family members to each other in Micronesian cultures and implications for Micronesian parent priorities that may affect their children's schooling. The system of family obligations in Micronesian cultures is described. Furthermore, the role of the family in the priorities and behaviors of Micronesian families around schooling of their children is explored. The author argues that understanding these cultural traditions may help teachers and administrators better assist immigrant Micronesian families and their children to be successful in American schools.
Updated: Mar. 02, 2011
The Effect of Family Literacy Interventions on Children's Acquisition of Reading From Kindergarten to Grade 3: A Meta-Analytic Review
The review focuses on intervention studies that tested whether parent-child reading activities would enhance children's acquisition of reading from kindergarten to Grade 3.The combined results for the 16 intervention studies, representing 1,340 families, showed that parent involvement has a positive effect on children's reading acquisition.
Updated: Mar. 05, 2009