Unfortunately, some of the research indicates that Hispanic children are more likely to attend schools where parental support is considered a problem. This could be due to language barriers or to not fully comprehending how the system works in some cases, while in others, it could be partly due to the fact that many Hispanic parents trust that schools will give their children the necessary tools to succeed. However, as many of us know, this isn’t always the case. Whether due to overcrowding or lack of funding, the schools can’t be relied upon to be the only party responsible for educating and supporting students’ development.