Associated with involvement tk 3 the addition of time

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associated with involvement.” (TK, 3) ● “The addition of time spent in the United States and English language ability attenuated the relation between race and parental involvement for all race groups.” (TK, 3) b. lack of enough resources Past research has shown that parents who have a lot of demands find it difficult to get involved in the activities of the children. As a result, the lack of resources makes it a huge barrier for the parents to engage their children in their performance in school. The demand placed on parents in terms of food and Resources means that they do not have enough time to spend with their children and ask them about their performances in school. In most cases, the parents leave such issues in the hands of the teachers whom they believe are rightly qualified to help the children. Parents also find it difficult to get transportation for their children. Such factors as characteristics of the minority of the population whose parents struggle with the daily app, and they do not find time to get involved in the educational activities of their children. · Evidence ● “Black immigrant parents were more likely than other racial or immigrant groups to say that they faced challenges of inconvenient meetings times and transportation problems.” (TK) "Family SES was a consistent and negative predictor of all barriers to involvement, with the exception of childcare problems, suggesting that economic resources were crucial in parents' ability to get involved in their children’s kindergarten classroom.” (TK)
● “Although foreign-born Hispanics and Asians were more likely than native-born Whites to report child care barriers, this relation was not present among native-born minority groups.” (TK) ● “Circumstances such as the availability of transportation and childcare had a significant effect on whether parents could participate in school events. Lack of transportation limited many parents from attending activities at the school.” (P) ● “Parent concerns about childcare were observed during the Saturday morning parent classes.” “The lack of childcare on Saturday mornings kept many parents from participating in the classes.” (P) ● “Visits with some of the parents suggested that many mothers could not participate in volunteer work at the school during the day because they were busy caring for their younger children.” (P) ● “Finding a babysitter on their own at home was an extra expense some families could not afford.” (P) C. Methods. This research has followed a case study approach explored the topic in one elementary school that has a large population of Mexican American children. The research also analyses to the level of involvement Mexican-American to the education of their children. The information was collected through the use of questionnaires that were addressed to the parents about various factors that affect their participation in the education of their children. Additionally, the research samples a minority of the students and children whose parents are from foreign countries. A

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