We are happy to report that the School Parent Compact Model was recently featured on SEDL.ORG, an affiliate of American Institutes for Research.
To view the online article please go here: SEDL
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Connecticut’s School-Family Compact project was highlighted in Title1Admin.com. Schools in Middletown and Bridgeport shared their experiences and tips for revitalizing Title I compacts.
- Link goals to grade-level strategies
- Rally families, teachers around a common vision
- Let revitalized compacts create a snowball effect
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SchoolParentCompact.org was profiled on Title1Admin.com. We are very please that Title I Schools throughout the country can learn about this innovative approach to connecting with parents.
- Project provides free resources to a national audience
- Grade-level compacts connect to data, improvement goals
- Parents partner through at-home strategies
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The School-Parent Compact Project at Geraldine Johnson Elementary School in Bridgeport, Connecticut was highlighted in “Family-School-Community Partnerships 2.0: Collaborative Strategies to Advance Student Learning”, lead author Anne T. Henderson for the National Education Association Priority Schools Campaign, 2011.
The article is available to read HERE.
The School-Family Compact Project was published in the May 2011 edition of the journal Educational Leadership.
“Making the Most of School-Family Compacts” by Anne T. Henderson, Judy Carson, Patti Avallone, and Melissa Whipple, (pages 48-53) is available here to read online.
You can also download the PDF article HERE.