Family Engagement: A Shared Responsibility
Posted by on December 7, 2009
Family Engagement: A Shared Responsibility. This Harvard Family Research Project article discusses how families, schools, and communities can create a shared responsibility for children’s learning and academic success.
Harvard Family Research Project’s M. Elena Lopez, Heidi Rosenberg, and Helen Westmoreland discuss how families, schools, and communities can create a shared responsibility for children’s learning and academic success. The three dimensions of this approach include creating opportunities for family engagement, building co-constructed roles that outline families’ and schools’ responsibilities, and learning about effective ways to engage families in children’s learning.
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