|aFamily factors and the educational success of children /|cedited by William Jeynes.
|avi, 411 p. :|bill. ;|c24 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|gIntroduction :|tthe salience of family factors in children's school experiences /|rWilliam Jeynes --|tParenting styles : the impact on student achievement /|rLola Brown and Shrinidhi Iyengar --|tFamilies, their children's education, and the public school : an historical review /|rDiana Hiatt-Michael --|tFather involvement and children's early learning : a critical review of published empirical work from the past 15 years /|rJason Downer, Rodrigo Campos, Christine McWayne, and Tara Gartner --|tCommunity literacy resources and home literacy practices among immigrant Latino families /|rLeslie Reese and Claude Goldenberg --|tExamining famial-based academic success factors in urban high school students : the case of Puerto Rican female high achievers /|rRene Antrop-Gonzalez, William Velez, and Tomas Garrett --|tExpectations, aspirations, and achievement among Latino students of immigrant families /|rDick M. Carpenter II --
|tFamily, denomination and the adolescent worldview : an empirical enquiry among 13- to 15-year-old females in England and Wales /|rLeslie J. Francis --|tThe Influence of religion on Latino education, marriage, and social views in the United States /|rGast嫪n Espinosa --|tIncreased family involvement in school predicts improved child-teacher relationships and feelings about school for low-income children /|rEric Dearing, Holly Kreider, and Heather B. Weiss --|tEffects of parental involvement on experiences of discrimination and bullying /|rWilliam H. Jeynes --|tHow parents and teachers view their school communities /|rSam Redding --|tAltering the curriculum of the home : learning environments for Korean and U.S. students /|rSusan J. Paik --|tCaregiver engagement in religious urban elementary schools /|rMartin Scanlan --|tHigh school family centers : transformative spaces linking schools and families in support of student learning /|rKaren L. Mapp, Vivian R. Johnson, Carol Sills Strickland, and Catherine Meza --|tFamilies home schooling in a virtual charter school system /|rCarol Klein and Mary Poplin.