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Bradley, Kelly D.; Oldham, Carolyn – SoJo Journal: Educational Foundations and Social Justice Education, 2020
"To publish or parent?" should never be the question. The disjunctive conjunction "or" indicates that propositions of being a mother and professor cannot coexist. Despite the change over time in women's receipt of PhDs and academia's gender profile, society continues to perpetuate gendered norms of productivity and the mythical…
Descriptors: Faculty Publishing, College Faculty, Family Work Relationship, Parent Child Relationship
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Wang, Cixin; Liu, Jia Li; Havewala, Mazneen; Zhu, Qianyu; Do, Kieu Anh; Shao, Xiaoping – Psychology in the Schools, 2021
Compared to their school peers, Asian American youth report more internalizing symptoms, peer victimization, and higher rates of suicide, yet they underutilize mental health services at school. This study investigated the feasibility and effectiveness of a culturally responsive parent training program called Parent-Child Connect for Asian American…
Descriptors: Parent Child Relationship, Asian American Students, Culturally Relevant Education, Parent Education
PACER Center, 2020
Students now live at a time of instant access to cell phones, tablets, or computers, which open the door to exciting new ways of connecting, interacting, and learning. However, these new modes of communication also present new challenges for parents. Not only do parents have to help children and youth navigate in-person social situations, they…
Descriptors: Bullying, Computer Mediated Communication, Parent Role, Intervention
Minnesota Office of Higher Education, 2020
It is often thought that college undergraduates are young, recent high school graduates. Overall, this is the norm -- last year, roughly 70 percent of undergraduates eligible for the State Grant were dependent students, meaning they were dependent on a parent for financial support. However, nearly 30 percent of undergraduates who were eligible for…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Parents, Child Rearing, Adult Students
Hildreth, Jeanine; Butler, Alisha – Policy Studies Associates, Inc., 2019
The Parent Leadership Institute (PLI) of Children's Aid (CA), funded via a 2013 Investing in Innovation (i3) development grant operated between the 2014-15 through 2018-19 school years. Key goals of the PLI included: (1) improving the capacity of parents to effectively engage in the school community in support of their child; and (2) increasing…
Descriptors: Parent Role, Leadership Training, Parent School Relationship, Parent Participation
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Reaburn, Robyn – Issues in Educational Research, 2021
Homeschooling, where parents take on the prime responsibility for their children's education, is a growing phenomenon in Australia. Homeschooling is different from distance education or the education at home that has taken place in the COVID-19 pandemic in that the parents make all the decisions about their children's education, including…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Home Schooling, Parent Participation, Academic Achievement
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Berkowitz, Talia; Gibson, Dominic J.; Levine, Susan C. – Journal of Cognition and Development, 2021
Differences in children's math knowledge emerge as early as the start of kindergarten, and persist throughout schooling. Previous research implicates the importance of early parent number talk in the development of math competency. Yet we understand little about the factors that relate to variation in early parent number talk. The current study…
Descriptors: Parent Background, Mathematics Anxiety, Numeracy, Early Experience
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Guzmán, Bianca L.; Kouyoumdjian, Claudia; Medrano, Jasmine A.; Bernal, Ireri – Journal of Latinos and Education, 2021
We examined the accounts of Latino immigrant parent's perceptions of the contributions they made to their children's educational persistence. A community cultural wealth model was used and our results indicated that aspirational capital was the most common form of capital reported, while parents frequently demonstrated linguistic capital for…
Descriptors: Immigrants, Parents, Parent Attitudes, Children
Shollenberger, Tracey Lloyd – American Educator, 2019
Research on children with incarcerated parents has yielded several insights that educators may find useful. In this article, the author highlights three insights from her personal experience: (1) Although having an incarcerated father is the more common experience, having an incarcerated mother is especially likely to disrupt children's everyday…
Descriptors: Institutionalized Persons, Parents, Parent Child Relationship, School Role
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Warren, Nick; Eatchel, Bridges; Kirby, Anne V.; Diener, Marissa; Wright, Cheryl; D'Astous, Valerie – Autism: The International Journal of Research and Practice, 2021
There is a need for strengths-based intervention approaches for autistic youth during the transition to adulthood. In the current study, we explored parent perspectives about youth strengths during adolescence. We combined data from three studies which included semi-structured interviews about parents' perspectives on preparing for adulthood with…
Descriptors: Parent Attitudes, Autism, Pervasive Developmental Disorders, Adolescents
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Cross, Fernanda L.; Martinez, Saraí Blanco; Rivas-Drake, Deborah – New Directions for Child and Adolescent Development, 2021
Discriminatory legislation targeting Latinx immigrants in the United States has shifted how parents communicate with their children about the hostile political climate. One way that Latinx parents talk about and prepare their children to face prejudice is through ethnic-racial socialization, which can promote children's positive development. Few…
Descriptors: Undocumented Immigrants, Hispanic Americans, Socialization, Parents
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Luo, Linlin; Kiewra, Kenneth A. – Gifted Education International, 2021
Talent development research has uncovered common conditions for nurturing talented individuals: enriched early environment, appropriate instruction, long-term and deliberate practice, singleness of purpose, and centers of excellence. Talent research also reveals that parents play a critical role in arranging and facilitating these conditions and…
Descriptors: Parent Role, Talent Development, Young Children, Childhood Interests
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Harry, Beth; Ocasio-Stoutenburg, Lydia – Research and Practice for Persons with Severe Disabilities, 2021
This article draws parallels between the concept of "Black lives matter" and the efforts of caregivers to advocate for the value of the lives of their children who have disabilities. The authors identify three key concepts that undergird their argument: first, the concept of systemic bias as built in to the hierarchical valuing of…
Descriptors: Advocacy, Parent Role, Disabilities, Children
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Levitt, Steven; List, John; Metcalfe, Robert; Sadoff, Sally – Society for Research on Educational Effectiveness, 2016
Researchers, policymakers, and educators have long recognized the role of parents in shaping student achievement. A large body of observational studies documents the strong relationship between family background and educational outcomes, but to date there have been very few experimental studies in this area. In this study, the authors offer a…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Parent Participation, Parent Education, Program Effectiveness
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Dodds, Robin L.; Singer, George H. S. – Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 2018
Objective: To examine selection criteria for Parent-to-Parent support parents trained to provide support to other parents of children with disabilities. Method: Ten leaders of Parent-to-Parent programmes participated in telephone interviews to explore attributes associated with parents selected to be trained as support parents. Results:…
Descriptors: Telephone Surveys, Interviews, Selection Criteria, Parent Education
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