Perceptions: Done to Us, Not With Us: African American Parent Perceptions of K-12 Education | UNCF

Perceptions: Done to Us, Not With Us: African American Parent Perceptions of K-12 Education

Part one of the UNCF Perceptions Research Series

African American parents were tired of reform being done to them instead of being active partners in educational decisions. The report explores how low-income African American parents view the K-12 education system and their roles in supporting their children, and explores the challenges with engagement at their child’s school.

 

Done to Us, Not With Us: African American Parent Perceptions of K-12 Education (2012)
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Infographic: Done to Us, Not With Us: African American Parent Perceptions of K-12 Education (2012)
A one-page infographic highlighting the results of the research.