Parents and Their Children's Schools
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BeschreibungThe role of parents in their childrena s education is an issue of critical importance. Many of the changes currently underway in British schools have been justified on the grounds that they provide "what parents want".
InhaltsverzeichnisForeword. 1. A New Role for Parents. 2. How Headteachers See Parents. 3. Interviewing Parents. 4. Parents as Consumers. 5. Parentsa Choice of School. 6. Parentsa Satisfaction with Schools. 7. Parents and the National Curriculum. 8. Parentsa Knowledge about School. 9. Parents and Assessment. 10. Giving Parents a Voice. References. Index.
PortraitMartin Hughes is Reader in Education at the University of Exeter. Felicity Wikeley and Tricia Nash are both researchers in the Department of Education at the University of Exeter.
Pressestimmen"Parental choice in education has become a focus of political interest. This important book uses research findings to discuss what parents want, and whether they see themselves as consumers of education, in a lively, readable and thought provoking way. Anyone interested in the role of parents in schools would benefit from reading it." Barbera Tizard, Institute of Education, University of London "Parents have become increasingly important in education during the last few years, and this valuable book gives a full picture of their views and experiences in important aspects of curriculum and testing. I recommend it to anyone who wants to see what parents really think about their childrena s education." Professor E. C. Wragg, University of Exeter
Untertitel: New. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: BLACKWELL PUBL
Erscheinungsdatum: Juni 1994
Seitenanzahl: 240 Seiten