Doctor of Ministry (DMin)
Primary Subject Area
Education, General; Education, Business; Sociology, Individual and Family Studies; Psychology, General; Religion, General
Academic success, Conception, Health, Parental Involvement, Politics, Urban
Child Psychology | Developmental Psychology | Education | Educational Assessment, Evaluation, and Research | Educational Psychology | Family, Life Course, and Society
Ross-Aseme, Eraina, "The Long Term Effect of Parental Involvement In A Child's Education: A Ten-Step Approach" (2012). Doctoral Dissertations and Projects. Paper 601.
Parental Involvement in a child's education is very important to the child becoming a productive citizen. Some parents find themselves getting in at the start of their child entering elementary school; parental involvement should begin before the school age years. Research has demonstrated the effectiveness of establishments such as schools, churches and businesses partnering in a child's education. The goal of this project is to empower parents to build stronger support systems with schools, neighborhoods, churches and communities. Its aim is to show parents, school systems and businesses that collaboration in the education arena can be strengthened to achieve a positive student outcome coupled with approaches and tactics parents can use to gain valuable information. In the long run it's a way to prepare the younger generation to compete in a global economy. Therefore, a holistic view of the child is realistic physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually reaching student achievement.