The objectives of this research project were to:
* Understand the perceptions of low- to moderate-income African-American and Latino parents/caregivers concerning the schools in their communities and the schools their children attend.
* Understand the importance of a college education and thecollege-going expectations that parents of color have for their children.
* Assess attitudes of parents/caregivers toward key aspects of public school reform.
* Identify effective means of connecting with parents/caregivers of color to enlist their support for school reform and improvement efforts.
This research was conducted in partnership with the Alliance for Excellent Education, Black Alliance for Educational Options, Campaign for High School Equity, Communities for Teaching Excellence, Leadership Conference Education Fund, League of United Latin American Citizens, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials Educational Fund, National Council of La Raza, National Indian Education Association, National Urban League, Public Education Network, United Negro College Fund, Southeast Asia Resource Action Center, Southern Education Foundation, and Stand for Children
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Title: Communities of Color And Public School Reform: Findings from Qualitative and Quantitative Research
Publication date 2011-11-01
Publication Year 2011
, Mario Brossard
, Rebeca Cantu-Helmstetler
Hart Research Associates
, Brossard Research
, Insights Marketing Group
North America / United States
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