Family Literacy: Exploring Family Practices

@inproceedings{Saracho2002FamilyLE,
  title={Family Literacy: Exploring Family Practices},
  author={Olivia N. Saracho},
  year={2002}
}
For many decades, research has supported the family's influence and their children's acquisition of literacy. Family literacy theories have been generated and challenged, while studies have been conducted on the family's application of literacy interactions, experiences, strategies, materials, influential factors and programs in a variety of context and both inside and outside the home. Most studies suggest that family literacy contributes to young children's literacy development. 

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