PTA Comunitarios Focus on Strengthening their Schools – Podcast Episode 148 | Classnotes Podcast 148
Classnotes Podcast (February 10, 2015) A revolutionary model of parent engagement is demonstrating how families and communities can collaborate with their schools to improve education for all students. In two earlier Classnotes podcast episodes, we outlined how to start a PTA Comunitario in three phases and then we focused on the first phase, “PTA Comunitarios are Born in their Communities.” In this episode, Aurelio M. Montemayor, M.Ed., IDRA senior education associate, discusses the second phase of establishing a relationship with a school and the third phase of taking on education projects. Aurelio is interviewed by Sofia Bahena, Ed.D., senior education associate.
Show length: 12:14
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PTA Comunitario Webpage
eBook: Seven Elements of the PTA Comunitario Approach
PTA Comunitario as a Family Leadership Model – An ‘Investing in Innovation I3 Project
Hosting Superintendents, Quizzing Candidates and Marking Maps – A Fully Engaged PTA Comunitario
Community Leaders Discuss How PTA Comunitarios Give Voice to Parents in their Children’s Education
IDRA’s Family Leadership Principles
By Aurelio Montemayor, M.Ed., IDRA Newsletter
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