Parents' Educational Involvement: A Developmental Ecology Perspective

@article{Seginer2006ParentsEI,
  title={Parents' Educational Involvement: A Developmental Ecology Perspective},
  author={Rachel Seginer},
  journal={Parenting},
  year={2006},
  volume={6},
  pages={1 - 48}
}
The objective of this review is to examine research on home-based and school-based parental involvement and generate new research questions by employing Bronfenbrenner's ecological framework consisting of the micro-, meso-, exo-, and macrosystems. This analysis shows that, although both family-based and school-based parental involvement are positively related to educational outcomes, their examination in the ecological framework prompts consideration of additional aspects of the micro- and… Expand
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