Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Listening to the Voices of Latino Parent Volunteers

By: Ashley Walker

Quintanar, A. P., & Warren, S. R. (2008, Spring). Listening to the Voices of Latino Parent Volunteers. 44 , 3, 119-23.

This article details the results of an interview with several Hispanic parents within several low socioeconomic communities. The parents were asked questions as to why they do or do not volunteer in their children’s classrooms, what they know, think, or believe about schools, and what they would like to see happen for their children in their community. The article aims to try and explain what actions need to be taken by school to increase parental involvement from low socioeconomic Hispanic families.


Stacey Caillier said...

This sounds interesting! What journal is it in?

Ashley Walker said...

The source is called "Kappa Delta Pi" record number 44 no. 4....

When making a citation for this article, I followed the APA format for "other media" since I was not sure if it was a journal article or not.

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