Family Matters Related to the Reading Engagement of Latina/o Children

Vanderbilt University / Angela Arzubiaga University of Southern California / Robert Rueda and Lilia Monzó
This report published by the Center for the Improvement of Early Reading Achievement (CIERA), examines the effect of sociocultural elements on Latina/o children's engagement with reading. The report suggests that family workload, nurturing, and family culture and language are all significantly related to children's attitudes toward reading and their self-concept as readers.

Citation

Arzubiaga, A, Rueda, R, & Monzó, L. (2002). Family Matters Related to the Reading Engagement of Latina/o Children. Ann Arbor, MI: Center for the Improvement of Early Reading Achievement.