2015 Bay Area Community Schools Network Forum

Beyond Random Acts…Family Engagement in Community Schools

Everyone agrees that family engagement is important and bemoans the lack of parental involvement. Unfortunately, many schools struggle to connect meaningfully with their children’s families no matter how vital this connection is to student academic success.

About The Forum
Learn about the Dual Capacity Framework for Family-School Partnerships from Dr. Karen Mapp of the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Learn how to implement the Framework from Teneh Weller and other local Bay Area family engagement practitioners. Dr. Mapp’s framework guides principals, teachers and parents on their common journey toward effective family engagement that drives school improvement and student achievement.

Who should attend?
All Community Schools stakeholders who want to improve family engagement in education: tutors, mentors, school district personnel, teachers, principals, and staff from afterschool, restorative justice and health programs. Family engagement teams are especially encouraged to participate. Bring a team from your district, school, parent group or CBO to dig deeper together and enhance your own work and build a professional learning community. Come by yourself and discover allies and future partners.

May 7, 2015 — 8:30am – 3:00pm
Location – Hs Lordships in Berkeley CA

Cost is $55 per person.
The 2015 Bay Area Community Schools Network forum is sold out. If you would like to add your name to the wait list, please do so via Eventbright.

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