By Melissa Stormont, Wendy M. Reinke, Keith C. Herman, Erica S. Lembke
This ebook is within the Guilford sensible Intervention within the faculties Series.
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3 for examples). Support for Volunteering Families can learn strategies that work well in school settings that could also enhance learning at home by volunteering at school. It is important to have flexible times for families to visit school. Some families can’t make lunch or specific party times, but perhaps they have time to come and help with afternoon snack or morning reading time. It is also essential to have a variety of ways in which families can be involved. Some families may not be able to attend class activities, but perhaps they could cook for a party or volunteer to make something with their child to bring to the party.
Professionals need to make extra, and sometimes different, efforts to increase low-income families’ school involvement (Epstein, 1995; Turnbull, Turnbull, Erwin, & Soodak, 2006). • Barriers to involvement include parenting stress, work responsibilities, daily household management tasks, and stress related to meeting basic needs (McWayne, Hampton, Fantuzzo, Cohen, & Sekino, 2004). Even when two parents are active in a child’s life, increasingly both parents are working; research shows that the parents of 60% of preschoolage children and 70% of school-age children are in the labor force (Children’s Defense Fund, 2008).
However, these fidelity tools need more research to document their technical characteristics. Additional survey data can also be collected and used to ensure that universals are sound prior to instituting Tier 2 supports. An example located at the PBIS website is the Effective Behavior Support Self-Assessment Survey (Sugai, Horner, & Todd, 2000), which can be used by school staff members to determine their current implementation across different systems of support as well as where they need improvement.