Perceptions: Done to Us, Not With Us: African American Parent Perceptions of K-12 Education
African American parents were tired of reform being done to them instead of being active partners in educational decisions. The report explores how low-income African American parents view the K-12 education system and their roles in supporting their children, and explores the challenges with engagement at their child’s school.
Infographic: Done to Us, Not With Us: African American Parent Perceptions of K-12 Education (2012)
A one-page infographic highlighting the results of the research.