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The Broken Compass: Parental Involvement with Children's Education


reviewed by Margaret M. Ferrara & Casey A. Everheart December 15, 2014

coverTitle: The Broken Compass: Parental Involvement with Children's Education
Author(s): Keith Robinson & Angel L. Harris
Publisher: Harvard University Press, Cambridge
ISBN: 0674725107, Pages: 322, Year:
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: December 15, 2014
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 17788, Date Accessed: 7/23/2017 12:32:21 AM

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  • Margaret Ferrara
    University of Nevada Reno
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    MARGARET M. FERRARA, PhD, University of Nevada Reno, is actively in research on family engagement and parent involvement in schools and in teacher education especially at the secondary level. She has published several articles and presented at several national conferences on the topics related to family engagement: teacher preparation curriculum, parent involvement facilitators and at-risk education, and changing inservice teacher perceptions on the importance of family engagement.
  • Casey Everheart
    University of Nevada
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    CASEY A. EVERHEART is a graduate student at the University of Nevada, Reno who will receive his M.Ed. in December 2014. His areas of interest include student centered teaching methods, school-university partnerships, and culturally sensitive family engagement models. He has presented at several state conferences and one national conference on topics related to innovative teaching practices and the necessity of professional development schools.
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