Expressions of Effective Parent and Community Engagement – Podcast Episode 100 | Classnotes Podcast 100
Classnotes Podcast (January 24, 2012) For this 100th episode of the Classnotes Podcast, we examine the powerful role community engagement has in the future of U.S. public schools. It is vital that communities and parents take action around what is needed to strengthen their neighborhood public schools, to own their schools, and face the challenges in the community to be part of the school’s improvement. Concurrently, we need educators to look at their behavior in how they engage citizens and parents in the education of their children.
In this conversation, Aurelio Montemayor, M.Ed., (IDRA senior education associate); Linda Cantu, Ph.D., (director of IDRA’s Coca-Cola Valued Youth Program), Josie Cortez, M.A., (IDRA senior education associate); and Bradley Scott, Ph.D., (director of the IDRA South Central Collaborative for Equity) give examples of effective parent and community engagement. They also share important insights that lead to successful engagement.
Show length: 15:31.
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School and Community Capacity Building for Collaboration
By Aurelio M. Montemayor, M.Ed., IDRA Newsletter
Expanding School Governance through Participatory Community Engagement
By Abelardo Villarreal, Ph.D., and Rosana G. Rodríguez, Ph.D., IDRA Newsletter
Partners and Catalysts – How Communities Are Putting Data to Work to Improve Education
By Laurie Posner, M.P.A., IDRA Newsletter
IDRA Quality Schools Action Framework™
IDRA Coca-Cola Valued Youth Program
Courage to Connect: A Quality Schools Action Framework
Rio Grande Valley Equal Voice Network
A Community Action Guide-Seven Actions to Fulfill the Promise of Brown vs. Board of Education and Mendez vs. Westminster
By Rosana G. Rodríguez, Ph.D., Bradley Scott, Ph.D., and Abelardo Villarreal, Ph.D., IDRA
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