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ERIC Number: EJ1098637
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2014
Pages: 11
Abstractor: As Provided
ISSN: ISSN-0973-8827
Challenges to the Concept "Partnership with Parents" in Special Needs Education
Abed, Mohaned
Journal on Educational Psychology, v7 n4 p1-11 Feb-Apr 2014
It is observed that professionals would meet the needs of individual children if they work closely with the child's parents [58]. The growing of a child is a continuous process which requires a coherent, close partnership between home and school, since the house is the first educational environment, and the first community in which a child lives and grows. Education, habits and trends are taken from these very first, essential experiences. Besides, when children begin their school life, they do not break the relationship to their family but remain under various, significant influences from the family members, including parents and siblings. Moreover, schools are considered as a main factor of the development of children's experiences. Therefore, it is not possible to categorise them as being less important than the experiences gained at home. Consequently, it is seen that they should complement each other.
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