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Eva Patrikakou has done extensive research in parent involvement, for children with and without disabilities, and its effects on children’s academic, social, and emotional development. She has also researched Response to Intervention (RTI) and its implementation across the U.S. Patrikakou has presented her work in numerous national and international conferences, and she has also directed the development of school-family programming to enhance home-school relations.
Patrikakou has authored numerous articles and chapters and she has been systematically working to better inform practitioners, facilitate their outreach efforts, and bridge the research-practice gap on issues around collaboration, comprehensive services, and school-family partnerships.
Parent involvement and children's academic, social and emotional learning; school-family partnerships; response to intervention; perceptions and attitudes toward exceptionality