L. Scott Miller, director of the National Task Force on Minority High Achievement at the College Board, proposes a large-scale, long-term national effort to improve the economic, social, cultural, and institutional factors that influence the educational advancement of minorities.That is to say, parents give general direction to the childrena#39;s verbally grounded problem solving behavior instead of providing specific answers. ... are determined to control their childrena#39;s behavior, and tend to rely on their power as parents to get the children to comply with their wishes. ... Predictors of Childrena#39;s School Readiness and Later Achievement in Vocabulary and Mathematics in Sixth Grade, aquot;anbsp;...
|Title||:||An American Imperative|
|Author||:||L. Scott Miller|
|Publisher||:||Yale University Press - 1995|