Evaluating Shared Family Leadership in Education – Part 2 – Podcast Episode 227 | Classnotes Podcast 227
Classnotes Podcast (August 29, 2022) IDRA’s shared family leadership process involves families joining in collaborative leadership, establishing connections with school, and developing and carrying out leadership projects to improve their schools. To get indepth, helpful information from an evaluation required using a multifaceted approach. Aurelio Montemayor and Nancy Chavkin wrote about their innovation in a chapter, “Harnessing the Power of Family Leadership for Immigrant Students” in a new book, A Place Called Home: School-University-Community Collaboration and the Immigrant Educational Experience, by Jack Leonard and Martin Reardon.
In this second of two episodes, Aurelio and Nancy describe the methods and specific focus of a large-scale evaluation of family engagement in a South Texas immigrant community. They discuss the big take-aways from the evaluation and what they learned from the participating families.
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A Place Called Home: School-University-Community Collaboration and the Immigrant Educational Experience, by Jack Leonard and Martin Reardon
Liderazgo Familiar Intergeneracional: Intergenerational Family Leadership as a New Paradigm of Family Engagement, by Aurelio Montemayor and Nancy Chavkin, for VUE Voices in Urban Education, September 2016
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