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The Changing Role of Low-Income Minority Parents in Their Children's Schooling
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New Directions for Adult and Continuing Education Volume 48, ISSN 0195-2242

Abstract

Deficit models of low-income parents' involvement in schools are giving way to concepts of empowerment. An after-school computer education program in an inner-city youth club kindled parent interest and participation by focusing on children's educational success and valuing parents both as parents and as adult learners. (22 references) (SK)

Citation

Nardine, F.E. The Changing Role of Low-Income Minority Parents in Their Children's Schooling. New Directions for Adult and Continuing Education, 48, 67-80. Retrieved December 1, 2022 from .

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