By Melissa Stormont, Wendy M. Reinke, Keith C. Herman, Erica S. Lembke
This ebook is within the Guilford functional Intervention within the colleges Series.
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Finally, knowing families also means that professionals understand unique or special challenges through which families could be going. 1, the lack of knowledge of a family’s circumstances creates more stress for this family. If David’s teacher understood his current home situation, however, she may be more understanding of his behavior and more supportive of his emotional needs during an uncertain time. The negative notes home and reactive stance (without proactive supports) will likely exacerbate his behavior in both home and school settings.
Singleparent) are associated with the amount and type of family involvement (Fantuzzo, Tighe, & Childs, 2000). This does not mean that parents with lower educational levels or singleparent families care less about their children’s education; rather it is likely that they have more barriers to becoming more involved and/or sustaining involvement. • Research indeed supports the premise that families of children from low-income backgrounds have more barriers to becoming involved in school when compared to families of children from middle to high income backgrounds.
However, it is no guarantee that school behavior and academic support teams will, in fact, be attentive to the cultural context of their students and families. Consider that ODRs are a primary tool for determining responsiveness to intervention in PBIS models, and research has shown that children of color are most likely to receive them. Without attention to these disparities by actually disaggregating data by culture variables, as recommended by Skiba et al. (2002), well-intentioned school teams may inadvertently perpetuate the disparity problem.