Capital at Home and at School : A Review and Synthesis

@inproceedings{Parcel2010CapitalAH,
  title={Capital at Home and at School : A Review and Synthesis},
  author={Toby L. Parcel and Mikaela J. Dufur and Rena Cornell Zito},
  year={2010}
}
Human, financial, and social capital from several contexts affects child and adolescent well-being. Families and schools are among the most important, and research is increasingly studying how effects of capital across such contexts affect child and adolescent academic and social outcomes. Some research suggests that families may be more powerful than schools in promoting child and adolescent wellbeing. Additional research is needed to more fully understand how capital across institutions… CONTINUE READING