The Challenge helps us understand the reasons why educators and families have struggled to build trusting and effective partnerships.
These resources explain the nature of the challenge in depth.
This seminal work is a user-friendly guide for assessing a school’s openness to partnerships, and provides many examples of successful practice.
Sara Lawerence Lightfoot’s book narrates the complexities of parent-teacher relationships given their shared lack of exposure to effective practice.
This process sheds light on the psychological factors that lead parents to become engaged in their children’s education.
The Carnegie Foundation issued a challenge to the field that would envision next-generation family engagement.
This book begins with a deep look at the mindsets and core beliefs that are required to bond with families.
These systematic efforts are seeking to address the lack of training for educators on family and community engagement
A new Doctorate of Education (Ed.D.) program in instructional leadership at Hunter includes a course on family and community engagement.
A collaborative effort amongst several education agencies in California is has convened a peer-to-peer learning cohort of leading districts in order to inform the future of California’s FACE improvement effort.