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Family and Community Engagement Initiative

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Transcript of Family and Community Engagement Initiative

Research
Karen Mapp
FACE is "a key ingredient to improving schools."
and it should "not be an add-on, it needs to be part of your whole school
improvement plan."
FACE Support Plan
Joyce Epstein
Intensive Campus Transformation
On-Site Targeted Professional Development Workshops
HIPPY Program


Academic
Parent Teacher Teams Model

Family and Community Engagement Initiative
School and Community Walk Through
Your Voice, Interviews
SIP Goals
History and Trends
Boosts school readiness
For parents of 3-5 year-olds
50 HISD elementary schools
Home instructors share learning activities once a week via role play
Transforms traditional Parent-teacher conference time into academic conversations
Teachers train parents to help their children learn at home
Teachers and parents become instructional partners
FACE Compact
Effective FACE leads to:
Source:Ferguson, C., Jordan, C., & Baldwin, M. (2010). Working Systemically in Action: Engaging Family & Community. Austin, TX: SEDL.ng schools." and it should "not be an add-on, it needs to be part of your whole school improvement plan."
Bryk, Sebring, Allensworth, Luppescu, & Easton, 2010 Blank et al., 2006; Bryk et al., 2010; Redding, Langdon, Meyer, & Sheley, 2004; Resto & Alston, 2006; Stewart, 2008
• Higher student achievement
• More positive student attitudes and behavior
• More successful academic programs
• Fewer placements in special education programs
• Higher graduation rates
• Improved teacher morale
• More support from families
Students are 10 times more likely to improve math performance
4 times more likely to improve their reading performance
Meaningful engagement programs provide greater support for student learning
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