Engaged Families and Communities

Family-School-Community Partnerships Webinar

Now Available

The webinar broadcast on March 29th entitled: Advancing Student Learning with Family-School-Community Partnerships is now available. Click on the video below. You can also download the PowerPoint separately by clicking on Advancing Student Learning Webinar Presentation (39 pgs, 1.4MB, PDF).

This webinar explores the 10 strategies for effective partnerships identified in the NEA report Family-Schools-Community Partnership 2.0: Collaborative Strategies to Advance Student Learning as well as examples of successful local programs.

For more information about the webinar or the Family-School-Community Partnerships 2.0 report, contact Roberta Hantgan or Dorrie Arrigo. We also invite you to submit your questions, comments, or suggestions for future webinars.

 


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1 response to “Family-School-Community Partnerships Webinar”

  1. Gretell Garcia April 4, 201211:04 am

    It was a great webinar. I wish I had been aple to participate whne it happened.
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