Guide to Online Resources on Family Involvement
Posted by on December 16, 2005
[posted from Public Education Network newsblast]
A GUIDE TO ONLINE RESOURCES ON FAMILY INVOLVEMENT
A new guide from the Harvard Family Research Project contains information about what national organizations are currently doing in family involvement and home-school partnerships. It contains Web links to research, information, programs, and tools about parenting practices to support children?s learning and development, home-school relationships, parent leadership development, and collective engagement for school improvement and reform. The resource guide can be used to find out what?s new in the field, locate national organizations that support family involvement, and inspire new ideas.
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