Et kvantitativt blik på forældredeltagelse i skolesamarbejdet: Generelle tendenser i forhold til uddannelse, køn og klassetrin
This article examines parental involvement in school collaboration. The study was based on survey data from Program for Learning Management gathered between 2015 and 2019. An analysis was performed on parent responses (N = 38,378) to elucidate their personal experience of school collaboration in Danish primary and lower secondary public schools. The results indicate that highly educated parents more often participate equally in school collaboration. Mothers are still more involved in school collaboration than fathers and more often take on the main responsibility, especially at higher grade levels. In general, fathers could be involved more.
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