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    Do Parents’ and Teachers’ Views of Children’s Educational Resilience Matter?Riitta Rautiainen, Hannu Räty & Kati Kasanen - 2015 - Educational Studies 41 (5):471-475.
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    Do Mothers and Fathers Perceive Their Child’s Academic Potential in a Similar Way?Riitta Rautiainen, Hannu Räty & Kati Kasanen - 2014 - Educational Studies 40 (5):533-536.
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    Parents’ Perceptions of Their Children’s Schools: Findings From a Five‐Year Longitudinal Study.Hannu Räty & Kati Kasanen - 2007 - Educational Studies 33 (3):339-351.
    This longitudinal study set out to examine, in the light of the parents’ education and gender and the child’s gender, the changes that occurred in the course of five years in parents’ satisfaction with the functioning of their child’s school. Academically and vocationally educated mothers and fathers were asked to indicate their satisfaction with different aspects of their child’s school at the end of the first, third and fifth school year. It was found that the level of parental satisfaction was (...)
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    Parents as Demanding Tax Payers? Finnish Findings.Hannu Räty & Kati Kasanen - 2013 - Educational Studies 39 (3):351-354.
    Though not categorically opposed to the idea, Finnish parents tended to resist rather than endorse the view of parents as tax payers who can make demands for the efficacy of schooling and expected teacher performance. However, parents with vocational training tended to resist this view less than parents from higher educational groups. Additionally, dissatisfaction with a child?s primary schooling and support for a selective educational policy were both associated with a tendency to view this role in a relatively positive light.
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