Parental involvement in schools. A study of resources, mobilization, and inherent inequality
Bogdan Mihai Radu 
Abstract: In this article I explore issues of parental involvement in school activities in former communist countries of South Eastern Europe. Although parents with higher socio-economic status feel more efficacious and thus get involved more, I argue that successful mobilization by schools may result in more representative parental involvement, extending beyond mere socio-economic inequalities. I my analysis I employ multi-national survey data collected through a project entitled Advancing Educational Inclusion and Quality in South East Europe.
Keywords: Socialization, parental involvement, socio-economic inequality, mobilization
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