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Parents as Partners in Education: Families and Schools Working Together, Sixth Edition

Eugenia Hepworth Berger

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ISBN 10: 0130481106 / ISBN 13: 9780130481108
Published by Prentice Hall, 2004
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Title: Parents as Partners in Education: Families ...

Publisher: Prentice Hall

Publication Date: 2004

Book Condition:Good

Edition: 6th.

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This book sets the standard for preparing prospective teachers to engage parents of children 0 to 8 in the challenging occupation of educating them. Covers all aspects of the subject, including past and current research, the challenges of working with minority and culturally-diverse families and families of children with disabilities, in-school and home-based programs, parent conferences, child abuse, advocacy, and the rights-and-responsibilities balance. Up-to-date coverage includes the most recent Census data (2000)>197>adressing changing demographics across the United States and their implications for all aspects of education; as well as recent changes in special education law. For educators and those studying to be educators.

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This comprehensive text presents a unique, practical blend of strategies for helping regular and special educators, community workers, and other professionals effectively involve parents in their children's education. It reaches well beyond other texts in the field to examine past and current research, special concerns and challenges of working with minority and culturally-diverse families, school- and home-based programs, the importance of good two-way communication, conducting parent conferences, involving parents of children with disabilities, dealing with child abuse and its aftermath, and such topics as advocacy and the rights/responsibilities balance.

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