It seems like common sense children do better when parents are involved in their schooling but does the evidence stack up the broken compass puts this question to the test across socioeconomic groups and the surprising finding is that no clear connection exists between parental involvement and improved student performance. The broken compass asks three questions what is the magnitude of social class and racial differences in parents involvement in their childrens academic lives. The broken compass has 11 ratings and 1 review crissman said robinson does a great job of reviewing the actual impact of parent involvement on academic. the broken compass parental involvement with we knew about the role of parents in childrens education the broken compass is based on data from the . The broken compass parental involvement with childrens education authors keith robinson and angel harris source robinson keith and angel harris 2014the broken compass parental involvement with childrens education
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