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close this bookParents and Learning (IAE - IBE, 2000, 36 p.)
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View the documentThe International Academy of Education - IAE
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View the documentIntroduction
View the document1. The curriculum of the home
View the document2. The parent/child relationship
View the document3. The routine of family life
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View the document5. Homework
View the document6. School/home communication
View the document7. Parental involvement
View the document8. Parent education
View the document9. Family/school relationships
View the document10. Families and communities
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The International Academy of Education - IAE

The International Academy of Education (IAE) is a not-for-profit scientific association that promotes educational research, its dissemination, and the implementation of its implications. Founded in 1986, the Academyis dedicated to strengthening the contributions of research, solving critical educational problems throughout the world, and providing better communication among policy makers, researchers and practitioners. The seat of the Academy is at the Royal Academy of Science, Literature and Arts in Brussels, Belgium, and its co-ordinating centre is at Curtin University of Technology in Perth, Australia.

The general aim of the IAE is to foster scholarly excellence in all fields of education. Towards this end, the Academy provides timely syntheses of research-based evidence of international importance. The Academy also provides critiques of research, its evidentiary basis, and its application to policy. The current members of the Board of Directors of the Academy are:

· Erik De Corte, University of Leuven, Belgium (President)
· Herbert Walberg, University of Illinois at Chicago, United States of America (Vice-President)
· Barry Fraser, Curtin University of Technology, Australia (Executive Director)
· Jacques Hallak, International Bureau of Education, Switzerland
· Michael Kirst, Stanford University, United States of America
· Ulrich Teichler, University of Kassel, Germany
· Margaret Wang, Temple University, United States of America