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A. This study explored the utility of a conception of parental educational  involvement  as the  arrangement of contingency operations that normatively change: the frequency of children's  school-related behaviour, the reinforcing potency of stimuli produced by studying, and  children's tendencies to request parental intervention. Parental educational involvement conceived as the arrangement of contingency  operations. Mellon, Robert C.  [email protected] Moutavelis, Adrianos G. Educational Psychology ; Oct2009, Vol. 29 Issue 6, p621-642, 22p, 3 charts B. Parents  were interviewed about their academic expectations, knowledge of school  performance,  parent involvement , and barriers to  involvement . Participants reported high  academic expectations but only half had knowledge of their children's school performance.  Approximately 35% attended  parent -teacher conferences, 14% helped with homework, and 
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  • Spring '08
  • Buchholtz
  • Style guide, Parenthetical referencing, Urban Education, George Will, parentalĀ educationalĀ involvement

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