Parental Involvement in Education in Ghana: The Case of a Private Elementary School.

@inproceedings{Donkor2010ParentalII,
  title={Parental Involvement in Education in Ghana: The Case of a Private Elementary School.},
  author={Anthony Kudjo Donkor},
  year={2010}
}
The author of the study reported here set out to un derstand and then explain the degree to which predominantly low-income, illiterate parents of children at a Ghanaian community school value education. Information gained from thi s exploratory study will contribute to the knowledge base on the nature of parental support — specifically, perceptions and the valuing of education in an economically developing nation i n sub-Saharan Africa. The exploratory nature of this study, however, identified… CONTINUE READING

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