• Psychology
  • Published 2016

Homework as a Family Literacy Practice: What Counts as Best Practices for Children Deemed as High Risk for Academic Failure Due to Socioeconomic Status.

@inproceedings{Fox2016HomeworkAA,
  title={Homework as a Family Literacy Practice: What Counts as Best Practices for Children Deemed as High Risk for Academic Failure Due to Socioeconomic Status.},
  author={Kathy Renita Fox},
  year={2016}
}
IntroductionMy preschooler gets a weekly packet for Monday-Thursday. He writes his letters and name, matches colors, and gets a cutting sheet. My first grader gets a list for the week with 15 spelling words. He reads a book a week and has 10 or 5 vocabulary words. My older one is in special ed. He gets a pack for the week and has to read 30 minutes a day. I go over it, and I give them a test. They have to write their words 5 times a day.In the above statement, the parent, a female head of… CONTINUE READING

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