Sharing Your Findings
This chapter guides the reader through the various options for disseminating findings. It details the differences between peer-reviewed presentations, peer-reviewed publications, and other works. It provides the reader with information on journals and resources that focus specifically on collaboration and parental involvement; and outlines step-by-step instructions for submitting a paper for peer-reviewed publication or presentation.
KeywordsParental Involvement School Personnel Peer Review Process American Educational Research Association Racial Socialization
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