That would not be my choice of links because from my point it is distorted by a political agenda and built on the a perverted meaning of the word "liberal". Only in the US is the meaning of "liberal" so perverted and the consequences of this distortion are harmful to social welfare, another term that in the US means something bad, but around the world, "social welfare" and "liberal" mean something good.
Another problem I have the link is the original purpose of free public education was to transmit a culture, and our system was very successful in doing this, considering the challenges and early drop-out rate of children who had to help support their families, either working with parents, or for pay which the children then turned over to their parents. We had education for good moral judgment that I believe is essential to our liberty and democracy, and a few social, economic and political problems has gotten much worse since replacing this education with education for technology. And the achievement of public education in mobilizing us for both the first and second world wars was astounding! I am not buying our school system can not transmit a culture that improves everything.
On the other hand, I would not dismiss the importance of a healthy home environment. I would just a different study to make the make point. Any of these would do
impact of family conflicts on the academic performance and ...
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Jun 1, 2012 - Keywords: Stable homes, broken homes, Academic achievement, gender and socio-economic ... The family is the child's first place of contact with the world. ... Another factor that may affect academic performance of students is ...
[PDF]The effects of financial stress on the academic achievement of young ...
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The effects of family disruption may be more pronounced for some educational ... the effects of a parental divorce or death for different academic transitions.
The Effects of Family Structures on Academic Achievement.https://eric.ed.gov/?id=ED455300
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This study examined the effects of family structures on students' academic achievement in terms of self-reported grades. It also examined relevant factors that ...
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[PDF]Adverse home environments and its influence on academic achievement
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The Effect of Family Poverty on Children's Academic Achievement: Parental .... the closeness of a neighborhood (e.g. coming together in times of crisis). Living in ...
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valuable in affluent families than in poverty stricken families.
Revolutionary, you may choose to pick one that focuses on the effect of arguing parents. Any family crisis from unemployment leading to homelessness and insecurity, to family arguing and divorce, or a death in the family can so preoccupy a student, that the student may be incapable of learning. It is like trying to watch a TV with too much static, the picture or the the subject of learning, just does not come in clearly, when we are dealing with a crisis.