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International Journal of Educational Research

Volume 41, Number 1

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Families, schools, individual characteristics, and young adults’ outcomes: Social and cultural group differences

    Kevin Marjoribanks

    A moderation-mediation model was developed to investigate relationships among adolescents’ family, school learning environments, individual characteristics, and measures of the academic, affective,... More

    pp. 10-23

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  2. Children's school assessment: Implications for family–school partnerships

    Raquel-Amaya Martínez, Rosario Martínez & Mª Henar Pérez

    The main aim of this chapter is to analyse parents’ perceptions of children's assessment in primary school. Understanding these perceptions may shed light on their knowledge of assessment and... More

    pp. 24-39

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  3. Family background factors and mathematics success: A comparison of Chinese and US students

    Debbie Baofeng Wang

    This study uses The Third International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS) data to compare students from Hong Kong with students from the US on the mathematics achievement and on a series of... More

    pp. 40-54

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  4. Principals’ roles in the development of US programs of school, family, and community partnerships

    Frances Van Voorhis & Steven Sheldon

    This longitudinal study of 320 US schools explored the importance of the principal to the development of programs of school, family, and community partnerships. Schools rated the degree of support ... More

    pp. 55-70

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  5. Korean and US families, schools, and learning

    Susan J. Paik

    South Korean students outperform the US and other industrialized countries in science and math during the school years. A multiple-factor psychological model provides a comparative framework to... More

    pp. 71-90

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