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Introduction: Bibliographies Compiled by FINE


To compile these bibliographies we searched the electronic databases ERIC, Education Abstracts, PsychINFO, SocioFILE, Current Contents, and Dissertation Abstracts using combinations of the keywords “parent,” “family,” “home,” “teacher,” and “school.” We further revised our searches using specific terms such as “family school relationships,” “parent teacher cooperation,” “teacher training,” and “family involvement.” We read abstracts from this initial list of publications, selecting empirical studies relating to family involvement that were conducted primarily within the United States.

Please note that this compilation is not reviewed, nor does it represent the universe of recent family involvement research. We therefore invite member suggestions for additions to our listing. To make suggestions, please contact FINE at


Journal Articles

Asakawa, K. (2001). Family socialization practices and their effects on the internalization of educational values for Asian and white American adolescents. Applied Developmental Science, 5, 184–193.

Bacete, F. J. G., & Remirez, J. R. (2001). Family and personal correlates of academic achievement. Psychological Reports, 88, 533–547.

Baker, M. (2001). Not in front of the parents: Now “education speak” prevents teachers from being heard. Critical Quarterly, 43, 19–24.

Bauch, P. (2001). School-community partnerships in rural schools: Leadership, renewal and a sense of place. Peabody Journal of Education, 76, 204–221.

Belenardo, S. J. (2001). Practices and conditions that lead to a sense of community in middle schools. NASSP Bulletin, 85, 33–45.

Borg, C., & Mayo, P. (2001). From “adjuncts” to “subjects”: Parental involvement in a working-class community. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 22, 245–266.

Brough, J. A., & Irvin, J. L. (2001). Parental involvement supports academic improvement among middle schoolers. Middle School Journal, 32, 56–61.

Chrispeels, J. H., & Rivero, E. (2001). Engaging Latino families for student success: How parent education can reshape parents' sense of place in the education of their children. Peabody Journal of Education, 76, 119–169.

Collignon, F. F., Men, M., & Tan, S. (2001). Finding ways in: Community-based perspectives on Southeast Asian family involvement with schools in a New England state. Journal of Education for Students Placed at Risk (Jespar), 6, 27–44.

Collins, L., & Matthey, S. (2001). Helping parents to read with their children: Evaluation of an individual and group reading motivation programme. Journal of Research in Reading, 24, 65–81.

Crosnoe, R. (2001). Academic orientation and parental involvement in education during high school. Sociology of Education, 74, 210–230.

Crowson, R. L. (2001). Building school and community partnerships through parent involvement. Teachers College Record, 103, 87–89.

Crowson, R. L., & Boyd, W. (2001). The new role of community development in educational reform. Peabody Journal of Education, 76, 9–29.

Dever, M. T. (2001). Family literacy bags: A vehicle for parent involvement and education. Journal of Early Education & Family Review, 8, 17–28.

Duran, R., Duran, J., Perry-Romero, D., & Sanchez, E. (2001). Latino immigrant parents and children learning and publishing together in an after-school setting. Journal of Education for Students Placed at Risk (Jespar), 6, 95–113.

Edwards, S. K. (2001). Bridging the gap: Connecting school and community with service. English Journal, 90, 39–44.

Entwisle, D. R., Alexander, K. L., & Olson, L. S. (2001, Fall). Keep the faucet flowing: Summer learning and home environment. American Educator, 10–15.

Epstein, J. L. (2001). New direction for school, family, and community partnerships in middle and high schools. NASSP Bulletin, 85, 3–7.

Epstein, J. L., & Van Voorhis, F. L. (2001). More than minutes: Teachers roles in designing homework. Educational Psychologist, 36, 181–193.

Falbo, T., Lein, L., & Amador, N. A. (2001). Parental involvement during the transition to high school. Journal of Adolescent Research, 16, 511–529.

Fan, X. T. (2001). Parental involvement and students' academic achievement: A growth modeling analysis. The Journal of Experimental Education, 70, 27–61.

Fan, X. T. & Chen, M. (2001). Parental involvement and students' academic achievement: A meta-analysis. Educational Psychology Review, 13, 1–22.

Glasman, B. S., & Couch, M. (2001). Balancing desires and responses: Private contacts between individual parents and the principal. Peabody Journal of Education, 76, 52–74.

Graue, E. M., Kroeger, J., & Prager, D. (2001). A Bakhtinian analysis of particular home-school relations. American Educational Research Journal, 38, 467–498.

Greene, S., Powers, L. E., & Lopez-Vazquez, A. (2001). Multicultural aspects of parent involvement in transition planning. Exceptional Children, 67, 265–282.

Goldenberg, C., Gallimore, R., Reese, L., & Garnier, H. (2001). Cause or effect? A longitudinal study of immigrant Latino parents' aspirations and expectations, and their children's school performance. American Educational Research Journal, 38, 547–582.

González, N., Andrade, R., Civil, M., & Moll, L. C. (2001). Bridging funds of distributed knowledge: Creating zones of practices in mathematics. Journal of Education for Students Placed at Risk, 6(1&2), 115–132.

Hall, R. L., & Schaverien, L. (2001). Families' engagement with young children's science and technology learning at home. Science & Education, 85, 454–481.

Hektner, J. M. (2001). Family, school, and community predictors of adolescent growth-conducive experiences: Global and specific approaches. Applied Developmental Science, 5, 172–183.

Ho, B. S. (2001). Family-centered, integrated services: Opportunities for school counselors. Professional School Counseling, 4, 357–361.

Hoover-Dempsey, K. V., Battiato, A. C., Walker, J. M., Reed, R. P, DeJong, J. M. & Jones, K. P. (2001). Parental involvement in homework. Educational Psychologist, 36, 195–209.

Huston, A. C., Duncan, G. J., Graiger, R., Bos, J., McLoyd, V., Mistry, R., et al. (2001). Work-based antipoverty programs for parents can enhance the school performance and social behavior of children. Child Development, 72, 318–337.

Israel, G. D., Beaulieu, L. J., & Hartless, G. (2001). The influence of family and community social capital on educational achievement. Rural Sociology, 66, 43–68.

Janes, H. & Kermani, H. (2001) Caregivers' story reading to young children in family literacy programs: Pleasure or punishment. Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literacy, 44, 458–466.

Jones, R. (2001). How parents can support learning. The American School Board Journal, 188, 18–22.

Kaplan, D. S., Liu, X., & Kaplan, H. B. (2001). Influence of parents' self-feelings and expectations on children's academic performance. The Journal of Educational Research, 94, 360–370.

Kesner, J. E., & McKenry, P. C. (2001). Single parenthood and social competence in children of color. Families in Society, 82, 146–144.

Lamb-Parker, F., Piotrkowski, C. S., Baker, A. J. L., Kessler-Sklar, S., Clark, B., & Peay, L. (2001). Understanding barriers to parent involvement in Head Start: A research-community partnership. Early Childhood Research Quarterly, 16, 35–53.

Leroy, C. & Symes, B. (2001). Teachers' perspectives on the family backgrounds of children at risk. McGill Journal of Education, 36, 45–60.

Lindeman, B. (2001). Reaching out to immigrant parents. Educational Leadership, 58, 62–66.

Lopez, G. R., Scribner, J. D. & Mahitivanichcha, K. (2001). Redefining parental involvement: Lessons from high-performing migrant-impacted schools. American Educational Research Journal, 38, 253–288.

Ma, X. (2001). Participation in advanced mathematics: Do expectation and influence of students, peers, teachers and parents matter? Contemporary Educational Psychology, 26, 132–146.

Manning, M. L., & Lee, G. L. (2001). Working with parents-cultural and linguistic considerations. Kappa Delta Pi Record, 37, 160–163.

Marchant, G. J., Paulson, S. E., & Rothlisberg, B. A. (2001). Relations of middle school students' perceptions of family and school contexts with academic achievement. Psychology in the Schools, 38, 505–519.

Marsh, J., & Thompson, P. (2001). Parental involvement in literacy development: Using media texts. Journal of Research and Reading, 24, 266–278.

Marshall, N. L., Noonan, A. E., McCartney, K., Marx, F., & Keefe, N. (2001). It takes an urban village: Parenting networks of urban families. Journal of Family Issues, 22, 163–182.

Matthews, J. M., & Hudson, A. M. (2001). Guidelines for evaluating parent training programs. Family Relations, 50, 177–186.

McBride, B. A., Rane, T. R., & Bae, J. (2001). Intervening with teachers to encourage father/male involvement in early childhood programs. Early Childhood Research Quarterly, 16, 77–95.

McCurdy, K., & Daro, D. (2001). Parent involvement in family support programs: An integrated theory. Family Relations, 50, 113–121.

McIntyre, E., Kyle, D., Moore, G., Sweazy, R. A., & Greer, S. (2001). Linking home and school through family visits. Language Arts, 78, 264–272.

Miller, A., & Black, L. (2001). Does support for home-school behavior plans exist within teacher and pupil cultures. Educational Psychology in Practice, 17, 245–261.

Miller, B. M. (2001). The promise of after-school programs. Educational Leadership, 58, 5–12.

Nicholson, E., & Robinson, A. (2001). Allowing the voices of parents to help shape teaching and learning. The Educational Forum, 65, 176–185.

Niska, K. J. (2001). Therapeutic use of parental stories to enhance Mexican-American family socialization: Family transition to the community school system. Public Health Nursing, 18, 149–156.

Okagaki, L. (2001). Triarchic model of minority children's school achievement. Educational Psychologist, 36, 9–20.

Okpala, C. O., Okpala, A. O., & Smith, F. E. (2001). Parental involvement, instructional expenditures, family socioeconomic attributes, and student achievement. Journal of Educational Research, 95, 2001.

O'Neil, R., Parke, R. D., & McDowell, D. J. (2001). Objective and subjective features of children's neighborhoods: Relations to parental regulatory strategies and children's social competence. Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, 22, 135–155.

Parcel, T. L., & Dufur, M. J. (2001, Summer). Capital at home and at school: Effects on student achievement. Social Forces, 79, 881–912.

Parent involvement [Special section]. (2001). Child Care Information Exchange, 138, 43–62.

Parent involvement [Special section]. (2001). NASSP Bulletin, 85, 83–84.

Pianta, R. C., Kraft-Sayre, M., Rim-Kaufman, S., Gercke, N., & Higgins, T. (2001). Collaboration in building partnerships between families and schools: The National Center for Early Development and Learning's Kindergarten Transition Intervention. Early Childhood Research Quarterly, 16, 117–132.

Pittman, L. D., & Chase-Lansdale, P. L. (2001). African American adolescent girls in impoverished communities: parenting style and adolescent outcomes. Journal of Research on Adolescence, 11, 199–224.

Pohan, C. A., & Aguilar, T. (2001). Measuring educators' beliefs about diversity in personal and professional contexts. American Educational Research Journal, 38, 159–183.

Ramirez, A. Y. (2001). “Parental involvement is like apple pie”: A look at parental involvement in two states. High School Journal, 85, 1–9.

Robenstine, C. (2001). Public schooling, the market metaphor, and parental choice. The Educational Forum, 65, 234–243.

Roggman, L. A., Boyce, L. K., Cook, G. A., & Jump, V. A. (2001). Inside home visits: A collaborative look at process and quality. Early Childhood Research Quarterly, 16, 53–73.

Rosier, K. B. (2001). “Without the parent you lose the child”: Teachers' expectations and parents' (non)involvement. Sociological Studies of Children, 8, 3–42.

Sanders, M. G. (2001). The role of “community” in comprehensive school, family, and community partnership programs. Elementary School Journal, 102, 19–34.

Sanders, M. G. (2001). Schools, families, and communities partnering for middle level students' success. National Association of Secondary School Principals Bulletin, 85, 53–61.

Shirley, D. L. (2001). Faith based organizations, community development, and the reform of public schools. Peabody Journal of Education, 76, 222–239.

Shumow, L., & Miller, J. D. (2001). Parents' at-home and at-school academic involvement with young adolescents. Journal of Early Adolescence, 21, 68–91.

Simon, B. S. (2001). Family involvement in high school: Predictors and effects. NASSP Bulletin, 85, 8–19.

Slaughter-Defoe, D. T., & Rubin, H. H. (2001). A longitudinal case study of Head Start eligible children: Implications for urban education. Educational Psychologist, 36, 31–44.

Smrekar, C., & Cohen-Vogel, L. (2001). The voices of parents: Rethinking the intersection of family and school. Peabody Journal of Education, 76, 75–100.

Stipek, D., & Byler, P. (2001). Academic achievement and social behaviors associated with age of entry into kindergarten. Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, 22, 175–189.

Stright, A. D., Neitzel, C., Sears, K. G., & Hoke-Sinex, L. (2001). Instruction begins in the home: Relations between parental instruction and children's self-regulation in the classroom. Journal of Educational Psychology, 93, 456–466.

Van der Werf, G., Creemers, B., & Guldemond, H. (2001). Improving parental involvement in primary education in Indonesia: Implementation, effects, and costs. School Effectiveness in Developing Countries, 4, 447–470.

Van Voorhis, F. L. (2001). Interactive science homework: An experiment in home and school connections. NASSP Bulletin, 85, 20–32.

Webster-Stratton, C., Reid, M. J., & Hammond, M. (2001). Preventing conduct problems, promoting social competence: A parent and teacher training partnership in Head Start. Journal of Clinical Child Psychology, 30, 283–302.

Weisner, T., Ryan, G., Reese, L., Kroesen, K., Bernheimer, L., & Gallimore, R. (2001). Behavior sampling and ethnography: Complementary methods for understanding home-school connections among Latino immigrant families. Field Methods, 13, 20–46.

Willms, J. D., & Somers, M. (2001). Family, classrooms, and school effects on children's educational outcomes in Latin America. School Effectiveness in Developing Countries, 4, 409–447.

Yarosz, D. J., & Barnett, W. S. (2001). Who reads to young children?: Identifying predictors of family reading activities. Reading Psychology, 22, 67–79.



Finding Dissertations and Theses
Dissertations published by Dissertation Abstracts International are available from ProQuest Digital Dissertations through your library or institution. If your library does not subscribe to ProQuest or if you are looking for a dissertation that is not published, your library may be able to borrow the item through an interlibrary loan. Another option is to check the website where some U.S. and international universities make their dissertations and theses available electronically.

Ball, S. J. (2001). A model to increase parental involvement in public schools. Dissertation Abstracts International, 62, 916A.

Barnard, W. M. (2001). Early intervention participation, parent involvement in early schooling and long-term school success. Dissertation Abstracts International, 62, 1319A.

Belenardo, S. J. (2001). The relationship between the attributes of middle school programs to involve families and the strength of the sense of community that prevails. Dissertation Abstracts International, 61, 2653A.

Carr, V. W. (2001). Perceptions of parent involvement in schools from families of children with and without special needs. Dissertation Abstracts International, 62, 72A.

Clevenson, R. S. (2001). Bilingual communication methods, text versus video, to increase parent involvement and science fair project student achievement. Dissertation Abstracts International, 61, 4649A.

Feinberg, D. L. (2001). Teachers' perceptions of parent involvement and student achievement and adjustment in high-risk and low-risk kindergarten students. Dissertation Abstracts International, 62, 72A.

Fletcher, J. B. (2001). National initiatives influencing parent involvement in public education, 1983–1999: Illinois' response. Dissertation Abstracts International, 62, 35A.

Glynn, J. A. (2001). A qualitative analysis of parent-teacher interactions. Dissertation Abstracts International, 61, 3050A.

Henrich, C. C. (2001). Parent involvement, motivation, and achievement over the transition to middle school. Dissertation Abstracts International, 62, 1616A.

Hernandez, R. G. (2001). The influence of mothers on the educational attainment of second-generation Latina professional daughters of farm working family backgrounds: A participatory research study. Dissertation Abstracts International, 62, 1305A.

Hollinger, J. S. (2001). A study of parental involvement at a Blue Ribbon elementary school on the Texas-Mexico border. Dissertation Abstracts International, 62, 465A.

Jackson, H. L. (2001). A case study examining the impact of a school, family, and community partnership program on the knowledge, attitudes, and practices of students, teachers and staff, and family members in a low-income urban public high school. Dissertation Abstracts International, 61, 3068A.

Kling, E. M. (2001). Connections and disconnections: Immigrant-Latino parents' beliefs about the meaning of education, schooling, and parental involvement in their children's development. Dissertation Abstracts International, 62, 56A.

Laughman, S. A. (2001). The effects of a parent education program on student achievement, parental involvement, and attitude. Dissertation Abstracts International, 61, 3114A.

Lau-Smith, J. N. (2001). Examining family-school partnerships: A case study of parents' perceptions of parental involvement in a Hawaiian language immersion middle school. Dissertation Abstracts International, 62, 520A.

Littman, C. B. (2001). The effects of child-centered and school-centered parent involvement on children's achievement: Implications for family interactions and school policy. Dissertation Abstracts International, 61, 2655A.

Novey, D. A. (2001). Parental involvement in middle and elementary schools: Parental and school expectations. Dissertation Abstracts International, 62, 1288A.

Richardson, S. A. (2001). Principals' perceptions of parental involvement in schools: A study of elementary, middle, and high schools in the “Big 8” urban districts in the state of Ohio. Dissertation Abstracts International, 62, 417A.

Schultz, T. M. (2001). School-family partnerships and children's academic development: Teacher and parent perspectives. Dissertation Abstracts International, 61, 3882B.

Simon, B. S. (2001). Predictors of high school and family partnerships and the influence of partnerships on student success. Dissertation Abstracts International, 61, 3949A.

Stone, S. I. (2001). Understanding the nature and impact of parent support for learning over the transition to high school: Evidence from the student life in high schools project and the National Education Longitudinal Study of 1988. Dissertation Abstracts International, 61, 4180A.

Strauss, R. M. (2001). A contextual approach to understanding fathers' involvement in their children's schooling. Dissertation Abstracts International, 61, 5601A.

Vetere, M. T. (2001). What and how: Family involvement through the lens of a rural school district and families in a postmodern era. Dissertation Abstracts International, 62, 85A.



American Federation of Teachers. (2001). Making standards matter 2001. Washington, DC: Author. [Available at (Acrobat file).]

Bankston, C. L., & Zhou, M. (2001). The school performance of children of immigrants: A challenge to the familial network closure model of social capital. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Southern Sociological Society, Atlanta, GA.

Brown, B., Michelson, E., Halle, T., & Moore, K. (2001). Fathers' activities with their kids. Washington, DC: Child Trends. [Available at (Acrobat file).]

Council of Chief State School Officers and the Forum for Youth Investment. (2001). Students continually learning: A report of presentations, student voices, and state actions. Washington, DC: Author.

Du, Y. & Fuglesten, L. (2001). Beyond achievement, student/staff/parent surveys used for Edina District Schools profiles and accountability system. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Seattle, WA.

Gold, E., Rhodes, A., Brown, S., Lytle, S., & Waff, D. (2001, August). Clients, consumers, or collaborators? Parents and their roles in school reform during children achieving, 1995–2000. Philadelphia, PA: Consortium for Policy Research in Education. [Available at]

Hiatt-Michael, D. (2001). Preparing teachers to work with parents. Malibu, CA: Pepperdine University. 

Honig, M. I. (2001). Managing from the middle: The role of intermediary organizations in the implementation of complex education policy. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Seattle, WA.

Hoover-Dempsey, K. V., Battiato, A. B., Walker, J. M. T., Reed, R. P., DeJong, J. M., & Jones, K. P. (2001). The influence of parental involvement in homework: What do we know and how do we know it? Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Seattle, WA.

Hughes, K. L., Bailey, T. R., & Mechur, M. J. (2001). School-to-work: Making a difference in education: A research report to America. New York: Institute on Education and the Economy (IEE) Teachers College, Columbia University. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED449364) [Available at]

Institute for Education and Social Policy, New York University, California Tomorrow Designs for Change, & Southern Echo (2001). Mapping the field of organizing for school improvement: A report on education organizing in Baltimore, Chicago, Los Angeles, The Mississippi Delta, New York City, Philadelphia, San Francisco and Washington DC. New York: Author.

Jehl, J., Blank, M. J., & McCloud, B. (2001). Education and community building: Connecting two worlds. Washington, DC: Institute for Educational Leadership. [Available at]

Kroll, J., Sexton, R. F., Raimondo, B. N., Corbett, H. D., & Wilson, B. (2001). Setting the stage for success: Bringing parents into education reform as advocates for higher student achievement. Philadelphia, PA: Pew Charitable Trusts. [Available at

Lopez., G. R. (2001). On whose terms? Understanding involvement through the eyes of migrant parents. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Seattle, WA.

McDermott, P. C. & Rothenberg, J. J. (2001). New teachers communicating effectively with low-income urban parents. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Seattle, WA.

Palenchar, D. R., Vondra, J. I., & Wilson, J. A. (2001). Parental involvement and early school functioning. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Seattle, WA.

Rathbun, A. H., & Hausken, E. G. (2001). How are transition-to-kindergarten activities associated with parent involvement during kindergarten? Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Seattle, WA.

Regnerus, M. (2001). Making the grade: The influence of religion upon the academic performance of youth in disadvantaged communities. Philadelphia, PA: Pew Charitable Trusts. [Available at]

Rosenzweig, C. (2001). A meta-analysis of parenting and school success: The role of parents in promoting students' academic performance. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Seattle, WA.

Shumow, L. (2001). The task matters: Parental assistance to children doing different homework assignments. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Seattle, WA.

Shumow, L., & Lomax, R. (2001). Parental efficacy: Predictor of parenting behavior and adolescent outcomes. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Seattle, WA.

Smrekar, C., Cuthrie, J. W., Owens, D. E., & Sims, P. G. (2001). March toward excellence: School success and minority student achievement in department of defense schools. Nashville, TN: Vanderbilt University, Peabody College, Peabody Center for Education Policy. [Available at]

Walker, J. M. T., & Hoover-Dempsey, K. V. (2001). Age-related patterns in student invitations to parental involvement in homework. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Seattle, WA.

Westat & Policy Studies Associates. (2001). The longitudinal evaluation of school change and performance (LESCP) in Title I schools (Vols. 1–2). Rockville, MD and Washington, DC: Author. [Available at]

Xu, J. (2002). Middle school family involvement in urban settings: Perspectives from minority students and their families. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Seattle, WA.


Books/Book Chapters and Reports

Britto, P. R., & Brooks-Gunn, J. (Eds.). (2001). The role of family literacy environments in promoting young children's emerging literacy skills. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Burke, M. (2001). Developing community-empowered schools. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press, Inc.

Chen, X. (2001). Efforts by public K–8 schools to involve parents in children’s education: Do school and parent reports agree? Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics. [Available at]

Christenson, S. L., & Godber, Y. (2001). Enhancing constructive family-school connections. In J. N. Hughes, A. M. La Greca & J. Close Conoley (Eds.), Handbook of psychological services for children and adolescents (pp. 455–476). New York: Oxford University Press.

Christenson, S. L., & Sheridan, S. M. (2001). Schools and families: Creating essential connections for learning. New York: Guildford Press.

Cooper, H. (2001). The battle over homework: Common ground for administrators, teachers, and parents (2nd ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press.

D'Agostino, J. V., Hedges, L. V., & Borman, G. D. (2001). Title I parent-involvement programs: Effects on parenting practices and student achievement. In G. D. Borman, S. C. Stringfield & R. E. Slavin (Eds.), Title I: Compensatory education at the crossroads. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

De Carvalho, M. E. P. (2001). Rethinking family-school relations: A critique of parental involvement in schooling. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Delgado-Gaitan, C. (2001). The power of community: Mobilizing for family and schooling. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.

Dickinson, D. K., & Tabors, P. O. (Eds.). (2001). Beginning literacy with language: Young children learning at home and school. Baltimore, MD: Brookes Publishing.

Epstein, J. (2001). School family and community partnerships: Preparing educators and improving schools. Boulder, CO: Westview Press.

Fine, M., & Lee, S. W. (Eds.). (2001). Handbook of diversity in parent education: The changing faces of parenting and parent education. San Diego, CA: Academic Press.

González, N., Andrade, R., & Carson, C. (2001). Creating links between home and school mathematics practices. In E. McIntyre, A. Rosebery & N. González (Eds.), Classroom diversity: Linking school curriculum to students' backgrounds (pp. 100–114). Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.

Hiatt-Michael, D. (Ed.). (2001). Promising practices for family involvement in school. Greenwich, CT: Information Age Publishing.

Honig, M., Kahne, J., & McLaughlin, M. W. (2001). School-community connections: Strengthening opportunity to learn and opportunity to teach. In V. Richardson (Ed.), Handbook of research on teaching (4th ed.). Washington, DC: American Educational Research Association.

Kay, P., Fitzgerald, M., & McConaughy, S. H. (2001). Building effective parent-teacher partnerships. In B. Algozzine & P. Kay (Eds.), Preventing problem behaviors: A handbook of successful prevention strategies. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press.

Kosmoski, G. J., & Pollack, D. R. (2001). Managing conversations with hostile adults: Strategies for teachers. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press.

Leseman, P. P. M., & de Jong, P. F. (2001). How important is home literacy for acquiring literacy in school? In L. Verhoeven & C. E. Snow (Eds.), Literacy and motivation: Reading engagement in individuals and groups (pp. 71–93). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Marjoribanks, K. (2001). Family capital and cognitive performance. In E. L. Grigorenko & R. J. Sternberg (Eds.), Family environment and intellectual functioning: A life-space perspective (pp. 49–70). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Merrifield, J. (2001). The school choice wars. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press.

Moriarty, M. L., & Fine, M. (2001). Educating parents to be advocates for their children. In M. Fine & S. Lee (Eds.), Handbook of diversity in parent education: The changing faces of parenting and parent education (pp. 315–336). San Diego, CA: Academic Press.

Murphy, J., Beck, L. G., Crawford, M., Hodges, A., & McGaughy, C. L. (2001). The productive high school: Creating personalized academic communities. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press.

Nord, C. W., & West, J. (2001). Fathers' and mothers' involvement in their children's schools by family type and resident status. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Educational Research and Improvement.

Porche, M. V. (2001). Parent involvement as a link between home and school. In D. K. Dickinson & P. O. Tabors (Eds.), Beginning literacy with language: Young children learning at home and school (pp. 313–334). Baltimore, MD: Paul H. Brookes Publishing.

Powell, D. R. (2001). Visions and realities of achieving partnership: Parent-school relationships at the turn of the century. In A. Goencue & E. L. Klein (Eds.), Children in play, story, and school (pp. 333–357). New York: Guilford Press.

Redding, S., & Thomas, L. G. (Eds.). (2001). The community of the school. Lincoln, IL: Academic Development Institute.

Rogoff, B., Turkanis, C. G., & Bartlett, L. (Eds.). (2001). Learning together: Children and adults in a school community. New York: Oxford University Press.

Ruiz-de-Velasco, J., & Fix, M. (2001). Overlooked & underserved: Immigrant students in U.S. secondary schools. Washington, DC: Urban Institute.

Scott, J. C., & Marcus, C. D. (2001). Emergent literacy: Home-school connections. In J. L. Harris, A. G. Kamhi & K. E. Pollock (Eds.), Literacy in African American communities (pp. 77–97). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Tabors, P. O., Snow, C. E., & Dickinson, D. K. (2001). Homes and schools together: Supporting language and literacy development. In D. K. Dickinson & P. O. Tabors (Eds.), Beginning literacy with language: Young children learning at home and school (pp. 313–334). Baltimore, MD: Brookes Publishing.

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