Retrieved November 14, 2003 from http://npin.org/pnews/1998/pnew298/pnew298i.html. This web page tells the reasons why parents involve themselves in their child’s school. It also explains under what circumstances these parents will participate. Wilson, D. (2002). Parents involvement helps in child’s education.
Until the public school system came into being, parents had the responsibility and the right to educate their children (Koetzsch 1997... ... middle of paper ... ... Retrieved November 11, 2003, from http://nces.ed.gov/pubs2001/Homeschool/. Statistics published by the National Center of Education. Reich, Rob. (April 11, 2002). The Civic Perils of Home Schooling.
Champaign, IL: ERIC Clearing house on Elementary and Early Childhood Education. (ERIC Document Reproductive Service No. ED458046) 7. Head Start Works, But Needs More Funding and Better Teachers, (2002). Retrieved on November 5, 2002 from NIEER (National Institute for Early Learning Response, http://nieer.org/media center/index.php?pressid=7 8.
Retrieved Nov.16,2003, From http://edweek.com/context/topics/issuespage.cfm?id=12 This website magazine article informs the viewer on why parent involvement in schools are important, and what parents and teachers can do to become involved in the schools. Mathews, J. ( Feb. 12,2002). Parenting Impacts Success in Kindergarten. [electronic version] Washington Post.
Retrieved March 8, 2002 from Eric Database. U.S. Department of Education. (1991). Other middle grade resources, Parent involvement at the middle school level. National Committee for Citizens in Education.
Home School News Link. Retrieved November 12, 2003, from http://www.homeschoolnewslink.com/ Articles/vol6iss5_NEAPosition.html Leppert, Michael. (2002). Am I Qualified To Teach My Own Child. Home School News Link.
First off in 1909 the white house had the first national Conference on the Care of Dependent Children (Child Welfare League of America, n.d.). These were actually seven different conferences that went on from 1909 to 1970 in Washington, D.C. The purpose to these conferences was to positively develop children’s lives across the nation. These conferences covered, “Democracy highlighted the democratic values, services, and environment necessary for the welfare of children”(Chandler, n.d.). In 1912 is when the Federal government established the U.S Children’s Bureau.
The New York Times, 25 Feb. 1996. Web. 3 Feb. 2010. http://www.nytimes.com/1996/02/25/us/clinton-will-advise-schools-on-uniforms.html?pagewanted=1 Sasson, Dorit. "Children's School Uniforms." Suite101.com.
NCLB is the 2001 U.S. Act in accordance with which educational standards in primary and secondary education should be improved for students with disabilities to achieve successful individua... ... middle of paper ... ...retation and changes. New York, NY: Nova Publishers. Paris, K. (1994). Summary of Goals 2000: Educate America Act. Retrieved May 12, 2014, from http://www.ncrel.org/sdrs/areas/issues/envrnmnt/stw/sw0goals.htm Peterson, P. E., & West, M. R. (2003).
Early Childhood Research Quarterly, 12(4) p.481+. Viadero, Debra (2002). Full-Day Kindergarten Boosts Academic Performance. Education Week, 21(31), p.14. Retrieved September 26, 2004, from Academic search/ EBSCO database Wood, Daniel B.