Driessen Geert, Smit Frederik & Sleegers Peter (2005). Â« Parental Involvement and Educational Achievement Â». British Educational Research Journal, vol. 31, nÂ° 4, p. 509–532. En ligne : <http://ejournals.ebsco. ... ?ContributionID=7934004>.
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Keywords: choix de l'Ă©cole, Ă©ducation prioritaire, enseignement primaire, parents, participation, rĂ©sultat scolaire
Creators: Driessen, Sleegers, Smit
Collection: British Educational Research Journal
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Parental involvement is seen as an important strategy for the advancement of the quality of education. The ultimate objective of this is to expand the social and cognitive capacities of pupils. In addition, special attention is paid to the children of low-educated and ethnic minority parents. Various forms of both parental and school-initiated involvement are examined. On the one hand, the connections between a number of characteristics of parents and schools such as the social and ethnic background of the parents and the composition of the school population will be examined. On the other hand, the connections between a number of outcome measures such as the language and mathematics skills of the pupils will be examined. Data will be drawn from the large-scale Dutch PRIMA (primary education) cohort study, which contains information on more than 500 schools and 12,000 pupils in the last year of primary school and their parents. An important finding is that predominantly schools with numerous minority pupils appear to provide a considerable amount of extra effort with respect to parental involvement, but that a direct effect of such involvement cannot be demonstrated.
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