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The Effects of Parental Work and Maternal Nonemployment on Children’s Reading and Math Achievement. (English)
Work Occup. 23, No. 4, 461-83 (1996).
Analysis of data from 1,067 9- to 12-year olds indicated that the most important determinants of children’s reading and math achievement are their personal characteristics (such as gender, race, birth weight, number of siblings) and maternal cognitive ability. Parental work does not have a strong direct effect on achievement. (ERIC)
Classification: C63
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