This book was published as a double special issue of Marriage and Family Review.
Author: William Jeynes
Family Factors and the Educational Success of Children addresses a wide range of family variables and a diverse array of family situations in order to understand the dynamics of the multifaceted relationship between family realities and educational outcomes of children. It provides research on building effective partnerships between parents and teaches the importance of parental style, parental involvement as a means of improving family life, the influence of family factors on children of color, and the role of religion in influencing family and educational dynamics. This book is a valuable resource for academics, family scientists, social workers, psychologists, parents, and students. The book contains research on a full variety of issues, which will provide insight into a wide range of practical matters regarding the influence of the family. The research methodology included in this book includes examining large data sets, case studies, research syntheses and other student surveys. As a result of reading this book, individuals will have greater insight into how a multitudinous number of family factors ultimately influence the educational success of children, whether that is experienced directly or indirectly. This book was published as a double special issue of Marriage and Family Review.
This book will interest researchers and academics in education and social policy, as well as teachers and other education and social policy practitioners.
Author: Leon Feinstein
Why it is that success, deprivation or disadvantage are so often passed down intergenerationally? What part does education play? The educational achievement of parents is often reflected in that of their children and there are many underlying causes for such a relationship. Education and the Family argues that government policy has an important role to play in addressing this inequality even though many of the causes lie within the home. Although each child should be supported to achieve his or her objectives, differences in the willingness or capabilities of families to take advantage of educational opportunities exacerbate social class differences and limit actual equality of opportunity for many. Understanding the causes of this transmission is key to tackling both social class inequality and to expanding the skill base of the economy. By providing an overview of academic and policy thinking in relation to the role of the family, this book explores the educational success of children. It focuses on the education of the parents but also considers how the family - compared to wider, external influences such as schools - is a driver of differences in educational outcomes. It concludes with a consideration of what policy-makers are attempting to do about this key issue and why, and how this will impact on schools and teachers. This book will interest researchers and academics in education and social policy, as well as teachers and other education and social policy practitioners.
Divorce, Family Structure, and the Academic Success of Children summarizes current knowledge of the effects of various influences on children's emotional and educational well-being, including: divorce and remarriage single-parent families ...
Author: William Jeynes
Trace the influence of family factors on children's emotional and educational well-being! The effect of family changes on children's academic success is a new subject for study. Divorce, Family Structure, and the Academic Success of Children is a comprehensive volume that brings research on this hotly debated topic up to date. With clear tables and incisive arguments, it is a single-volume reference on this vexing sociocultural problem. Divorce, Family Structure, and the Academic Success of Children offers a close look at the historical background and current theory of this field of study. But it is more than a compendium of known facts and completed studies. It examines issues of appropriate methodology and points out concerns for planning future research. Divorce, Family Structure, and the Academic Success of Children summarizes current knowledge of the effects of various influences on children's emotional and educational well-being, including: divorce and remarriage single-parent families nontraditional family structures race socioeconomic status mobility Educators, theorists, sociologists, and psychologists will find this volume an essential resource. With hundreds of useful references and clear organization, it presents new ideas in an easy-to-use format that makes it an ideal textbook as well.
In this groundbreaking volume, the most influential leaders in the field provide essential information to better understand and improve the nature and quality of school and family partnerships for the benefit of all children.
Author: Evanthia N. Patrikakou
Publisher: Teachers College Press
In this groundbreaking volume, the most influential leaders in the field provide essential information to better understand and improve the nature and quality of school and family partnerships for the benefit of all children. These experts examine the various aspects and effects of parental involvement not only on children's academic achievement, but also on their social and emotional development. Featuring a comprehensive multidimensional framework, the text addresses critical issues facing families and educators, developmental considerations, cultural perspectives, and policy issues. Each chapter includes recommendations to help educators, parents, and policymakers create and sustain successful partnerships to support children's development.
family centers: Transformative spaces linking schools and families in support of student learning. In W. Jeynes (Ed.), Family Factors and the Educational Success of Children, (pp. 336–366). New York: Routledge. McCluskey, N. G. (1958).
Author: William Jeynes
Providing an objective assessment of the influence of parental involvement and what aspects of parental participation can best maximize the educational outcomes of students, this volume is structured to guide readers to a thorough understanding of the history, practice, theories, and impact of parental involvement. Cutting-edge research and meta-analyses offer vital insight into how different types of students benefit from parental engagement and what types of parental involvement help the most. Unique among works on the topic, Parental Involvement and Academic Success: uses meta-analysis to enable readers to understand what the overall body of research on a given topic indicates examines research results in terms of their practical implications focuses significantly on the influence of parental involvement on minority students’ academic success Important reading for anyone involved in home-school relations/parental involvement in education, this book is highly relevant for courses devoted to or which include treatment of the topic.
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Author: Megan M. McClelland
Self-regulation has been identified as an important predictor of school readiness and academic achievement in young children. Children who struggle with self-regulation are at risk of experiencing peer rejection and academic difficulties. Teachers report that there is high variability in children’s self-regulatory abilities at school entry and that children with an accumulation of risk factors are especially likely to enter school without adequate self-regulation skills. Moreover, early academic skills are often cumulative, so children who fail to acquire early skills are at risk of falling behind their peers academically and facing achievement gaps that widen over time. Although the relation between self-regulation and school-related outcomes has been clearly documented, our understanding of the pathways through which self-regulation influences early achievement and school success remains unclear. This special issue considers previously neglected areas in the current understanding of self-regulation. The seven articles focus on issues including (a) the complex relations between self-regulation and school readiness, (b) predictors of self-regulation and academic achievement, and (c) advances in measurement of self-regulation and related skills. Research that continues to investigate the complex relations and mechanisms that influence early self-regulation and related outcomes will inform policy and practice in ways that help all children develop the self-regulation skills they need. The volume will be of interest to researchers in the field of child development or education, and educators and policy makers who are interested in promoting school readiness and academic success. This book was originally published as a special issue of Early Education and Development.
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Author: Robert L. Kaufman
Forensic Mental Health Professionals have entered the fray of child custody litigation in ways that could not have been predicted even a decade ago. Traditionally engaged as neutral court appointed evaluators or mediators, or as treatment providers for children, parents or families, FMHPs are assuming a range of consulting functions. Services span a wide range, including providing expert testimony on specific content areas; reviewing and critiquing colleague’s work product; providing behind the scenes consultation to attorneys, and even help attorneys manage difficult cases and clients. These more recent services raise questions about sound professional practice. This volume tackles these thorny issues head on, and discusses questions how consultants can work creatively and ethically to make a positive contribution in the challenging world of family law. This book was originally published as a special issue of Journal of Child Custody.
A meta-analysis of the relation of parental involvement to urban elementary school student academic achievement. Urban Education, 40 (3), 237–269. Jeynes, W. (2005b). ... Family factors and the academic success of children.
Author: William Jeynes
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Eliminating the Achievement Gap is designed to be the first book to base society's efforts to reduce the achievement gap on meta-analytic analysis. It proposes an interdisciplinary approach to this problem that is rare, refreshing, and insightful, including solutions generally overlooked.
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Author: Ximena Zuniga
Intergroup dialogue is a form of democratic engagement that fosters communication, critical reflection, and collaborative action across social and cultural divides. Engaging social identities is central to this approach. In recent years, intergroup dialogue has emerged as a promising social justice education practice that addresses pressing issues in higher education, school and community settings. This edited volume provides a thoughtful and comprehensive overview of intergroup dialogue spanning conceptual frameworks for practice, and most notably a diverse set of research studies which examine in detail the processes and learning that take place through dialogue. This book addresses questions from the fields of education, social psychology, sociology, and social work, offering specific recommendations and examples related to curriculum and pedagogy. Furthermore, it contributes to an understanding of how to constructively engage students and others in education about difference, identities, and social justice. This book was originally published as a special issue of Equity & Excellence in Education.
Examining familial-based academic success factors in urban high school students: The case of Puerto Rican female high achievers. In W. Jeynes (Ed.), Family factors and the educational success of children (pp. 137–160).
Author: William Jeynes
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Since their earliest days, institutions providing a Protestant education have always been respected and sought-after for their rigor and relative freedom from dogma—and despite today’s secularism and plurality, they remain so. This international handbook is the ultimate companion to protestant schooling worldwide. Its 39 chapters form the most comprehensive and wide-ranging treatment of the subject yet available, addressing Protestant education on all six inhabited continents and featuring the perspectives of leading authorities and public figures. The contributions cover in detail not only the facts and features of Protestant schooling in sundry nations, but also integrate a range of themes common to them all, themes so vital that they are of central concern to Christians around the world and of whatever denomination. Some of these topics are school choice, globalization, Bible pedagogy and character education, the fine arts, parental involvement, and the rise of Christianity in previously inaccessible locations such as China. The handbook’s stellar list of authors is a Who’s Who of authorities on the subject and includes a renowned American evangelical, a former historian of the US House of Representatives, and White House consultants responsible for framing legislation. The many contributors from outside the USA are leading academics conducting seminal research on numerous topics in the field. Both exhaustive and authoritative, The International Handbook of Protestant Educationwill be an invaluable asset to educators, ministers, parents, policy makers political leaders of any denomination—or none.
A meta-analysis of the relation of parental involvement to urban elementary school student academic achievement. Urban Education, 40(3), 237–269. Jeynes, W. (2005b). ... Family factors and the academic success of children.
Author: William H. Jeynes
Publisher: Springer Nature
Category: Crime prevention
The number of school shootings has skyrocketed recently not only in the United States but also in many other countries. This was one of the reasons why William Jeynes set out to write this illuminating book, in which he provides policy makers, school leaders, teachers and other interested individuals with valuable insights, research data and facts to reflect upon. It is to the great merit of William Jeynes that he proofed character education as well as parental engagement to be highly effective tools to improve schools in the 21st century. Schools need to focus more on character and parental engagement and less on testing. This book is an incredibly valuable contribution and deserves to be taken very seriously. Roland Bernhard, Professor of History and Civics Education, University of Vienna School shootings have arguably become one of the most pressing concerns facing the American education system. While officials have proposed different solutions to the problem, few have attempted to address the multiple factors contributing to school shootings. In Reducing School Shootings, William Jeynes offers a much-needed comprehensive approach to addressing the problem that is grounded in many years of scholarly analysis and evidence. Scholars and policymakers interested in substantive solutions that go beyond single policy prescriptions for alleviating school shootings will learn a great deal from this book. Daniel Hamlin, Professor of Education Policy, University of Oklahoma Dr. Jeynes bravely uncovers the complex psycho-social dynamics that have long contributed to the global-wide incidence of school Shootings. The evidence is presented objectively and pinpoints the contributions of family dysfunction, mental illness, addiction, and the overall desensitization of violence wrought in the vacuum of postmodern culture. The commonalities and context for school shootings were delivered succinctly but Dr. Jeynes warns against an oversimplification of the problem and provides comprehensive strategies for preventative and legislative change that will lead to a more hopeful future. Dr. Robert Grand, Executive Director, The Family Afterward Resource Center, Metro Los Angeles, California.
children. New York: Haworth/Taylor & Francis. Jeynes,W. (2003). The effects of Black and Hispanic twelfth graders living in intact ... Cambridge: Harvard Family Research Project. ... Family factors & the educational success of children.
Author: William Jeynes
This book combines the research on spiritual ministering with the practice of counseling families. It examines such topics as how to prepare for marriage, how to keep a marriage divorce proof, and how parents influence children, and vice versa. In its quest to discover what makes families thrive, the book addresses and compares best parenting practices and describes interventions that help the development of family ties over a large span of the life-course. It offers guidance to families through several stages of family life: Pre-marital, marital, and raising children and adolescents. It makes clear that what constitutes an effective parent changes over the life course.
... (Ed.) Family factors and the educational success of children, 224–252. New York, NY: Routledge. Dickinson, D. K., Griffith, J. A., Golinkoff, R. M., & Hirsh-Pasek, K. (2012). How reading books fosters language development around the ...
Author: Mary Mueller
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
This book offers parents a resource they can use to navigate their child’s education, communicate with teachers, and support their children in learning mathematics and literacy. After providing an overview of the current educational climate and tips for communication with teachers, we share strategies and suggestions parents can use to assist their children in language arts and mathematics. We provide detailed descriptions of activities, games, books, and conversations that connect with what children will be learning at each grade level.
When children feel vulnerable or unloved they will generally find it more difficult to be motivated to work hard at school. Susan J. Park, in her work on Family Factors and the Educational Success of Children (2010), noted that a third ...
Author: Richard M Varey
Publisher: Troubador Publishing Ltd
Category: Business & Economics
Fearless Leadership is a book about improving leadership and personal effectiveness in any workplace. It promotes a model called 'The Fearless Approach' that argues for leaders to create a fear-free culture and atmosphere within their organisations in which individuals can flourish.
the household for the student to study ) were more common in higher than in low SES households . ... contains the following elements : ( a ) Family Factors and Academic Achievement 23 Parenting Styles and Children's Academic Achievement.
Author: Shui Fong Lam
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Studies the interactive effects of family status and family process on children's academic achievement, drawing on research with a group of students in two inner-city schools to illustrate how parenting style mediates the influences of family structure and socio-economic status on academic performance. Concludes that an integrated model is superior to the traditional view of family status and process as independent factors. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
In considering educational outcomes, it is natural first to do as I have just done, and ask vvhether changes in family and household structure and other factors affect average levels of student achievement, problem behaviors, ...
Author: Alan Booth
Based on the presentations and discussions from a national symposium on family-school links held at the Pennsylvania State University, this volume brings together psychologists, sociologists, educators, and policymakers studying the bidirectional effects between schools and families. This topic -- the links between families and schools, and how these affect children's educational achievement -- encompasses a host of questions, each of key social and educational significance. * How far does parental involvement in schools affect children's experiences and achievement at school? * What explains the great differences between schools, families, and communities in the extent of such involvement? * Are these differences a matter of school practices, or do they reflect much broader social and cultural divisions? * What is the nature of the impact schools have on children and their families? * How can family-school-partnerships be fostered in a way that helps children? The chapter authors consider these questions and related issues, present different perspectives, highlight various aspects of the issues, and suggest widely differing answers. This volume's goal is to provide the reader with current information on what is known about family-school-community links, and to provoke new ways of thinking about these links and their implications for children's education and well-being.
Traditions of American education. ... Effects of perceived parental school support and family communication on delinquent behaviors in Latinos and white ... In W. Jeynes (Ed.), Family factors and the educational success of children (pp.
Author: H. Richard Milner IV
This second edition of the Handbook of Urban Education offers a fresh, fluid, and diverse range of perspectives from which the authors describe, analyze, and offer recommendations for urban education in the US. Each of the seven sections includes an introduction, providing an overview and contextualization of the contents. In addition, there are discussion questions at the conclusion of many of the 31 chapters. The seven sections in this edition of the Handbook include: (1) Multidisciplinary Perspectives (e.g., economics, health sciences, sociology, and human development); (2) Policy and Leadership; (3) Teacher Education and Teaching; (4) Curriculum, Language, and Literacy; (5) STEM; (6) Parents, Families, and Communities; and (7) School Closures, Gentrification, and Youth Voice and Innovations. Chapters are written by leaders in the field of urban education, and there are 27 new authors in this edition of the Handbook. The book covers a wide and deep range of the landscape of urban education. It is a powerful and accessible introduction to the field of urban education for researchers, theorists, policymakers and practitioners as well as a critical call for the future of the field for those more seasoned in the field.
Children's and parent's perceptions of parental attitudes and behaviors pertaining to academic achievement Ecological theories of social development describe a hierarchy of influence for the multiple layers or contexts of factors ...
Author: Claudio Violato
Category: Social Science
This title was first published in 2000: This book is based on selected papers from a major international congress of the same name that was held at the University of Calgary in July 1997. The contributors come from Canada, England, Italy, United States, Hong Kong and New Zealand where they are researchers at major universities. The papers are organized into four sections: 1) Context of Families, 2) Family Adjustment and Transitions, 3) Child and Adolescent Development, and Attachment. The book sets out to bring together advanced research by psychologists, social workers, physicians, sociologists and other social scientists on the interface between society, the family, children, adolescents and other family members.
Urban Education, 34(4), 458–479. Jeynes, W. (2000). Assessing school choice: A balanced perspective. Cambridge Journal of Education, 30(2), 223–241. Jeynes, W. (2002a). Divorce, family structure, and the academic success of children.
Author: William Jeynes
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
A comprehensive source that demonstrates how 21st century Christianity can interrelate with current educational trends and aspirations The Wiley Handbook of Christianity and Education provides a resource for students and scholars interested in the most important issues, trends, and developments in the relationship between Christianity and education. It offers a historical understanding of these two intertwined subjects with a view to creating a context for the myriad issues that characterize—and challenge—the relationship between Christianity and education today. Presented in three parts, the book starts with thought-provoking essays covering major issues in Christian education such as the movement away from God in American education; the Christian paradigm based on love and character vs. academic industrial models of American education; why religion is good for society, offenders, and prisons; the resurgence of vocational exploration and its integrative potential for higher education; and more. It then looks at Christianity and education around the globe—faith-based schooling in a pluralistic democracy; religious expectations in the Latino home; church-based and community-centered higher education; etc. The third part examines how humanity is determining the relationship between Christianity and education with chapters covering the use of Christian paradigm of living and learning; enrollment, student demographic, and capacity trends in Christian schools after the introduction of private schools; empirical studies on the perceptions of intellectual diversity at elite universities in the US; and more. Provides the breadth and depth of knowledge necessary to gain a sophisticated and nuanced understanding of the complex relationship between Christianity and education and its place in contemporary society A long overdue assessment of the subject, one that takes into account the enormous changes in Christian education Presents a global consideration of the subject Examines Christian education across elementary, secondary, and post-secondary levels The Wiley Handbook of Christianity and Education will be of great interest to Christian educators in the academic world, the teaching profession, the ministry, and the college and graduate level student body.
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Publisher: National Academies Press
Educating dual language learners (DLLs) and English learners (ELs) effectively is a national challenge with consequences both for individuals and for American society. Despite their linguistic, cognitive, and social potential, many ELsâ€"who account for more than 9 percent of enrollment in grades K-12 in U.S. schoolsâ€"are struggling to meet the requirements for academic success, and their prospects for success in postsecondary education and in the workforce are jeopardized as a result. Promoting the Educational Success of Children and Youth Learning English: Promising Futures examines how evidence based on research relevant to the development of DLLs/ELs from birth to age 21 can inform education and health policies and related practices that can result in better educational outcomes. This report makes recommendations for policy, practice, and research and data collection focused on addressing the challenges in caring for and educating DLLs/ELs from birth to grade 12.