The researcher in this study examined parents’ perceptions of the engagement activities in their homes. Parents of elementary school students in one southeastern United States school district were asked to participate in this study. Findings related to literacy, academic, and family engagement. Parents’ preparedness to assist their children with reading and their related needs were also examined. Relationships between race and gender showed significance when considering children’s access to academic and literacy materials as well as family engagement in educational practices including literacy. Literacy program providers, including those that educate parents, may consider this information when providing literacy support to families as they engage in their children’s literacy development.
Smith, Nichole L.
"Family Literacy Engagement: Parents’ Perceptions of Their Home Learning Practices,"
The Language and Literacy Spectrum: Vol. 30
, Article 4.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.buffalostate.edu/lls/vol30/iss1/4