Clearinghouse Resource

Title

Young Latino Infants and Families: Parental Involvement Implications from a Recent National Study

Authors/Editors

U. S. Government Accountability Office

Publisher(s)

Cambridge, MA: Harvard Family Research Project

Source Information (Journal Title, Date, Length)

June 2007, pages

Description of Resource

"This article describes the findings from a recent study examining parenting behaviors and children's developmental outcomes. The study provides a deeper understanding of how cultural practices combine with other factors to shape parenting behaviors among families in the U.S. in the first year of children's lives. Several findings provide information about ways in which practitioners and Latino families can more effectively engage with young Latino children to influence their cognitive, social, language, and literacy development, and therefore facilitate their school readiness." - Publisher's description

Languages

English

Availability

http://www.hfrp.org/publications-resources/browse-our-publications/young-latino-infants-and-families-parental-involvement-implications-from-a-recent-national-study