Family–School Partnerships in Prevention and Intervention
Children and youth exist in multiple contexts that both separately and together affect their functioning. These contexts include immediate settings of classrooms, home environments, peer groups, neighborhoods, and other important ecological settings. They also include the interconnected relationships among settings and individuals who participate in these settings. The relationships between children and adults, and between adults who control these contexts, are critically important for children’s ultimate development.
KeywordsParent Involvement Behavioral Theory Parent Child Interaction Therapy Motivational Belief Effective Partnership
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