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Fostering School, Family, and Community Involvement

The Hamilton Fish Institute on School and Community Violence and Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory (NWREL), 2007. (PDF, 133 pgs.)

An overview of the nature and scope of collaboration, explores barriers to effectively working together, and discusses the process of establishing and sustaining the work.

Family Engagement in Education: Seven Principles for Success

National Resource Center on Charter School Finance and Governance, 2009. (PDF, 60 pgs.)

Research shows the best predictor of urban family involvement at the K-8 level is what the school does to promote this involvement. Knowing what to do will help educators be more effective in promoting family engagement.

Epstein's Six Types of Involvement

National Network of Partnership Schools, n.d. (web resource)

Joyce Epstein's framework of six types of involvement for families helps schools and communities develop comprehensive programs of school, family, and community partnership. Includes a brief summary of the benefits of each type of involvement for students, families, and teachers.

Doing What Works: Dropout Prevention

U.S. Department of Education, 2009. (web resource)

The U.S. Department of Education provides information on recommended research-based practices educators can use to prevent dropouts. Multimedia content and school success stories make the site a fun and valuable destination.

Child Trends DataBank: Young Adults

Child Trends, 2012. (web resource)

The Child Trends Databank is a one-stop source for the latest national trends and research on over 100 key indicators of child and youth well-being. This information is provided by Child Trends, a national leader in the field for over 30 years.

Child Trends DataBank: Adolescents

Child Trends, 2012. (web resource)

The child Trends Databank is a one-stop source for the latest national trends and research on over 100 key indicators of child and youth well-being. This information is provided by Child Trends, a national leader in the field for over 30 years.

Child Trends DataBank

Child Trends, 2012. (web resource)

The Child Trends Databank is a one-stop source for the latest national trends and research on over 100 key indicators of child and youth well-being. This information is provided by Child Trends, a national leader in the field for over 30 years.

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