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High School Students’ Perceptions of the Importance of Parental Involvement as it Relates to High School Success
Kristina Laura Yarborough
Published Date:
July, 2016
Science Publishing Group
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Table of Contents
The Whole Book
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Front Matter
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Chapter 1 The Problem
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1.1 The Problem
1.2 Problem Background
1.3 Purpose of the Study
1.4 Research Questions
1.5 Theoretical Framework
1.6 Significance of the Study
1.7 Assumptions and Limitations
1.8 Delimitations and Scope
1.9 Definitions of Terms
1.10 Conclusion
Chapter 2 Literature Review
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2.1 Studies Related to Problem
2.1.1 Deficiencies in Previous Studies
2.1.2 Contributions to Current Research
2.1.3 Strategies Used to Obtain Literature
2.2 No Child Left Behind and Socioeconomics
2.2.1 High Economic Status Community
2.2.2 Middle-Class Status Community
2.2.3 Low Economic Status Community
2.3 Principals’ Attitudes toward Parental Involvement
2.4 Parental Involvement Related to Student Success
2.4.1 Ethnic Background of Community
2.4.2 Economic Status of Community
2.4.3 Students’ Perceptions
2.5 Summary
Chapter 3 Methodology
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3.1 Research Design
3.1.1 Research Questions
3.1.2 Population and Sampling Procedure
3.1.3 Access Plan
3.1.4 Sources of Data
3.2 Assumptions and Delimitations
3.3 Data Collection Procedures
3.4 Data Analysis Procedures
3.5 Ethical Considerations
3.6 Summary
Chapter 4 Analysis and Results
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4.1 Restatement of the Purpose
4.2 Organization of Data Analysis
4.3 Summary
Chapter 5 Discussion, Conclusions, Recommendations
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5.1 Discussion of Survey Results
5.2 Discussion of Interview Results
5.3 Conclusions
5.4 Implications
5.5 Recommendation for Further Studies
Back Matter
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Kristina L. Yarborough has taught high school for 26 years. She earned a Bachelor’s degree in Home Economics Education from Purdue University, Masters degree in Human Development and Family Studies from University of North Carolina at Greensboro, and a doctorate in Instructional Leadership from Argosy University. She is married and the mother of four children and two grandchildren. She currently teaches Early Childhood Education courses online for the local community college.
Five students explain how they feel about their parents involvement in their education and whether it impacted the final outcome of their high school success. Is it the responsibility of the parents for their children to be successful in school or is it the responsibility of the students? The researchers ask questions and the students tell their aspects of the questions.
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