2 edition of Community and family influences on educational performance in rural communities found in the catalog.
Community and family influences on educational performance in rural communities
Thomas G. Johnson
by Economic Development Assistance Center, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in Blacksburg, VA
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 22-23).
|Statement||developed by Thomas G. Johnson, David Broomhall.|
|Contributions||Broomhall, David E., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. Economic Development Assistance Center.|
|LC Classifications||LC5147.V8 J64 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||35 p. :|
|Number of Pages||35|
|LC Control Number||95620562|
This book aims to help parents, community members, and educators find resources, design school options, and take action together to improve small rural schools in ways that meet community and student needs. Chapter 1 discusses the virtues of smallness, outlines basic assumptions about the role and nature of good education, examines the school-community relationship and the need to reestablish Cited by: The data is from the USDA Hatch funded Multi-State Project, “Interactions of Individual, Family, Community, and Policy Contexts on the Mental and Physical Health of Diverse Rural Low Income.
ASCD Customer Service. Phone Monday through Friday a.m p.m. ASCD () Address North Beauregard St. Alexandria, VA Parent involvement programs for rural communities work best when they respond to particular features of the communities they serve. Research provides conflicting findings about whether rural parents are more or less involved in their children's education than are urban or suburban parents. Even if parent involvement is more prevalent in rural schools, rural educators still face challenges Cited by: 9.
Rural Community Spotlight 15 Chapter 4: Schools 16 The Role of Schools in Obesity Prevention 17 Strategies 17 Strategies in Action 21 Initiatives Successfully Implemented in Rural Settings 23 Additional Resources and Tools 23 Rural Community Spotlight 24 Chapter 5: Out-of-School Time 25 The Role of Out-of-School Time in Obesity Prevention A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.
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ASCD Customer Service. Phone Monday through Friday a.m p.m. ASCD () Address North Beauregard St. Alexandria, VA Ecological Influences on Educational Goals and Attainment.
Most research on contextual or community effects on educational outcomes has focused on educational attainment rather than goal-setting (see Ceballo, McLoyd, & Toyokawa, ; Plunkett, Abarca-Mortensen, Behnke, & Sands, for recent exceptions). While certainly related to each other, goal-setting and attainment are far from Cited by: the family, school, and community environments contribute to the academic success of urban, African American high school graduates from low-income, single-parent families.
During a three-month period, in-depth individual and focus group interviews wereCited by: 3. Abstract. Parental participation and cooperation in children's educational experiences is positively related to important student outcomes. It is becoming increasingly evident that context is a significant factor in understanding academic achievement, and the setting in which a child, family, and school is situated is among the salient contexts influencing performance.
Education and Development in Poor Rural Communities: An Interdisciplinary Research Agenda. ERIC Digest. More than a third of a century after the Great Society initiatives focused the nation's attention on inequalities of educational opportunity, poverty continues to put large numbers of students at risk of school failure (U.S.
Department of. Pfannenstiel J., Gebhardt M. () Improving Education Outcomes for American Indian Children: Community and Family Influences on Rural Student Academic Success.
In: Nugent G., Kunz G., Sheridan S., Glover T., Knoche L. (eds) Rural Education Research in the United States. Springer, Cham. First Online 13 October Author: Judy Pfannenstiel, Marsha Gebhardt.
The Center also houses the Journal of Research in Rural Education, a peer-reviewed scholarly journal which publishes original pieces of scholarly research of demonstrable relevance to educational and community-related issues within rural settings.
Developing and Revitalizing Rural Communities Through Arts and Culture Summary Overview Introduction Rural regions are in a time of transition. Challenges for rural communities in Canada and abroad include declining and aging populations, problems with File Size: KB.
CONCLUSIONS: Socioeconomic and cultural factors specific to rural Australia are key influences on the health of residents. These range from individual-level factors, such as rural stoicism, poverty and substance use norms, to neighbourhood-level social characteristics, such as lack of services, migration out of rural areas of younger community Cited by: Journal ofResearch in Rural Education, Winter,Vol.
11, No.3, TheRole ofRuralSchools in Community Development: Policy Issues and Implications Bruce A. Miller Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory This article builds on 5 years ofresearch and development, under the auspices ofthe Rural Education Program at the.
Learning with Public Purpose (LPP) is the Rural Trust’s answer to simultaneously improving rural schools and communities.
When student learning contributes to the larger public purposes of the community, young people develop the habits of citizenship and service while also deepening their understanding of knowledge in core subjects.
In reality, rural life and rural teaching offer a great many benefits one can never find in big cities, including an environment that’s cleaner (and safer), cheaper real estate plus a strong sense of community. Perceptions can be hard to fight, though, which. ERIC Identifier: ED Publication Date: Author: Maynard, Stan - Howley, Aimee Source: ERIC Clearinghouse on Rural Education and Small Schools Charleston WV.
Parent and Community Involvement in Rural Schools. ERIC Digest. Researchers and educators have long agreed that when parents get involved in education, children try harder and achieve more at school (e.g., Epstein, Family-School Connections in Rural Educational Settings: A Systematic Review of and school is situated is among the salient contexts influencing performance.
Although the family-school partnership research literature has increased over recent relatively little information is known about their use and effects in rural communities. 1 Early Childhood Education in Rural Communities: Access and Quality Issues Early Childhood Education in Rural Communities: Access and Quality Issues Rural School Community Trust, please visit I.
rates of reading proficiency, as measured by performance on the Maryland State Assessment, in Grades 3 and 5. While gaps were. rural communities that have successfully implemented sustainable communities approaches.
with assistance from federal agencies. The Rural Context. Rural is difficult to define. A rural community in a relatively high-population state can look dramatically different from a similarly sized rural community in a less populous state.
One definition. This publication focuses on "Community Development," which encompasses all of the improvements we can make in our communities, including strengthening leadership, beautifying downtowns, improving quality of life, rebuilding infrastructure, developing local businesses, and promoting a strong sense of community pride and : Foundation for Rural Education and Development.
Living in Rural Communities (First Step Nonfiction ― Communities) [Sterling, Kristin] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Living in Rural Communities (First Step Nonfiction ― Communities)/5(4). Many rural communities possess natural beauty, peace, and tranquility; but it takes an enormous amount of investment of time, talent, and money to sustain their social and economic environments.
While rural communities seek quality of life for their residents, many still Author: Miriam Brown Tyson. Mechanisms for the Effect of Poverty on Child Development and Educational Outcomes. Community Influences on Poverty. Other Risk Factors in the Context of Poverty. Recommendations for Future Programs and Policies to Improve Children's Development and Educational Outcomes in the Context of Poverty.
Conflicts of Interest. Citing Literature. “respect” by Davide Taviani is licensed under CC BY-SA Respect for diversity has been established as a core value for Community Psychology, as indicated in Chapter 1 (Jason et al., ).
Appreciating diversity in communities includes understanding dimensions of diversity and how to work within diverse community contexts, but also includes a consideration of how to work within Author: Nghi D. Thai, Ashlee Lien.School Culture, Equity, and Student Academic Performance in a Rural Appalachian School Equity, and Student Academic Performance in a Rural Appalachian School,"Kentucky Journal of Excellence in College and variety of the community.
Communities of rural areas must be viewed using a.How do poverty and unemployment impact health in rural communities? Poverty is an ongoing problem for many rural areas.
The RUPRI publication Persistent Poverty Dynamics: Understanding Poverty Trends Over 50 Years reports on counties with poverty rates above 20% over the past 50 years. Sixty-four percent of non-core (small rural) counties are persistent poverty counties, compared to 22%.