Avvisati Francesco, Besbas Bruno & Guyon Nina (2011). Â« Parental Involvement in School : A Literature Review Â». Revue d'Ă©conomie politique, vol. 120, nÂ° 5, janvier, p. 759–778. ISSN 0373-2630. En ligne : <http://www.cairn.info/a ... D_ARTICLE=REDP_205_0759>.
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ID no. (ISBN etc.): 0373-2630
BibTeX citation key: Avvisati2011
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Keywords: implication, parents, relation parents-Ă©cole
Creators: Avvisati, Besbas, Guyon
Collection: Revue d'Ă©conomie politique
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Parents are actively involved in their childrenâ€™s education at all ages, and school-based parental involvement programmes are in fashion in developed countries. Yet so far, economists have devoted little attention to determinants, levels and effects of parental
involvement. This review is concerned with parental involvement for school-aged children.
We comprehensively survey the economic literature on the topic, and selectively review theoretical and empirical studies outside economics.
Studies on the spontaneous involvement of parents can answer questions on why parents become involved. On the other hand, recent local and national reforms can improve our understanding of the extent to which childrenâ€™s success is influenced by what parents do. We use this distinction to organize the literature and underline the open questions in each field.
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