Friday, June 24, 2016

Parent perception of offspring achievement research

Most parents want their children grades K-8 to go to college, and most also believe their child is performing at or above grade level, but their beliefs about their children's academic achievement doesn't reflect national assessment data, according to a new report. It found that while most parents have high expectations of their children's academic achievement and deep engagement with their development, they don't have a realistic understanding of how well their children are doing, and they need tools to help them help their children.
Hart Research. (2016). Parents 2016: Hearts and Minds of Public School Parents in an Uncertain World.

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