ERIC Number: EJ1045244
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2013-May
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Reference Count: 84
Latino Parent Involvement: Seeing What Has Always Been There
Guerra, Patricia L.; Nelson, Sarah W.
Journal of School Leadership, v23 n3 p424-455 May 2013
This study reviews 20 years (1990-2010) of scholarly literature on parent involvement related to Latino parents. Parent involvement behaviors of Latino parents were identified and analyzed according to the dimensions of culture theoretical framework--specifically, the dimension of individualism-collectivism (Hofstede, 1984, 1997; Triandis, 1995; Trumbull, Rothstein, Quiroz, & Greenfield, 2001). From this analysis, categories of involvement for Latino parents emerged, which were then compared to Epstein's typology of parent involvement (1995), a commonly referenced framework adopted by the National Parent Teachers Association. Based on the results of this study of the literature, an expanded framework inclusive of the involvement behaviors of Latino parents was developed. Steps are also discussed for leaders to guide educators in expanding their conceptions of parent involvement.
Descriptors: Hispanic American Students, Parent Participation, Classification, Guidelines, Individualism, Collectivism, Teacher Attitudes, Definitions, Models, Parenting Styles, Parent Child Relationship, Cultural Differences, Volunteers, National Standards, Literature Reviews
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