|Statement||Brian A. Jacob, Tamara Wilder.|
|Series||NBER working paper series -- working paper 15683, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research : Online) -- working paper no. 15683.|
|Contributions||Wilder, Tamara., National Bureau of Economic Research.|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2010655701|
The results, based on data f people living in 27 countries, including the United States, show that having a book library boosted a Author: Live Science Staff. Downloadable! This paper examines the role of educational expectations in the educational attainment process. We utilize data from a variety of datasets to document and analyze the trends in educational expectations between the mids and the early s. We focus on differences across racial/ethnic and socioeconomic groups and examine how young people update their . Little research has been aimed at studying interactions among the determinants of educational attainment. AIM: The aim of the study is to examine the interactions between parents' education, cognitive ability and educational expectations in determining educational by: expectations and achievement, and early expectations tend to persist throughout the child’s school years (Entwisle, Alexander, & Olson, Research has shown that parental expectations for children’s academic achievement predict educational outcomes more than do other measures of parental involvement, such as attending school events (Fan File Size: 33KB.
Parents' education, cognitive ability, educational expectations and educational attainment: Interactive effects Article in British Journal of Educational Psychology 70 . Educational Expectations, School Experiences, and Academic Achievements: A Longitudinal Examination Introduction Educational research has identified many factors that could influence student school achievements, including teacher educational expectations, and teacher and student perceptions of student school experiences. Educational expectations (i.e., expecting to continue on an educational track, rather than expecting to pursue other vocational options) are associated with . Attainment - The 12 Elements of Elite Performance [Troy Bassham] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Attainment - The 12 Elements of Elite Performance/5(39).
B. Schneider, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, 4 Educational Expectations and Occupational Aspirations. Educational expectations and occupational aspirations, which have been shown to be highly sex-typed, have tended to be predictive of adult occupational attainment (Marini and Brinton ).Today, however, most . Since the s much research has focused on the link between educational expectations and educational attainment, with a focus on determining what factors influence the development of educational expectations. Much of the early literature in this area uses the terms expectations and aspirations interchangeably. B. Kurtz-Costes, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, Parents' Educational Aspirations. Most parents have expectations for their children's performance in school and eventual educational aspirations regarding the child's future education level and projections of what specific grades a child will obtain are frequently highly . This, in turn, can explain the differences in educational attainment between Black students and their other ethnicity peers. However, the hypothesis, that educational expectations and attainment between ethnic groups can be fully explained by racism and .