June 19, 2018
Family Engagement and Community Partnerships
In this issue …
Family Engagement and Community Partnerships help to build a more vibrant school environment. These valuable practices broaden the scope of support given to students by employing significant input and involvement from families and other partners.
This volume features these important initiatives by individuals and teams engaged in cultivating more robust relationships across our school communities. Authors present innovative practices which include building relationships through family home visits; empowering families with academic parent-teacher teams; offering restorative circles and peer mediation in a trauma-informed school; setting the stage for student directed learning through musical entrepreneurship; improving early literacy achievement for at-risk elementary students; and helping parents from diverse backgrounds to overcome barriers and become more involved in their child’s education.
Table of Contents
Moving Beyond Zero-Tolerance Policies in our Schools: Towards Restorative Practice
Family Engagement through Academic Parent-Teacher Teams
Building Home-School Connections through Parent-Student University
Building Capacity for Family School Engagement through Labor/Management Collaboration
Every Voice Matters
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