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Family Mathematics Nights: An Opportunity to Improve Preservice Teachers' Understanding of Parents' Roles and Expectations, Laura Bofferding, Signe Kastberg, et al., School Science and Mathematics. January 2016
The Road to Reform: A Grounded Theory Study of Parents' and Teachers' Influence on Elementary School Science and Mathematics, Julie Thomas, Sandi Cooper, School Science and Mathematics. January 2016
Creating a Model of Acceptance: Preservice Teachers Interact With Non-English-Speaking Latino Parents Using Culturally Relevant Mathematics and Science Activities at Family Learning Events, Olga Ramirez, Cherie A. McCollough, et al., School Science and Mathematics. January 2016
Adults' Perceptions of Children's Science Abilities and Interest After Participating in a Family Science Night, Karen L. Yanowitz, Debbie L. Hahs-Vaughn, School Science and Mathematics. January 2016