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CT School Parent Compact Model Featured on SEDL

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 hereSEDL

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Turn Title I compacts into dog-eared documents

Connecticut’s School-Family Compact project was highlighted in Schools in Middletown and Bridgeport shared their experiences and tips for revitalizing Title I compacts.

Key points:

  • Link goals to grade-level strategies
  • Rally families, teachers around a common vision
  • Let revitalized compacts create a snowball effect

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Turn forgettable Title I compacts into remarkable reform tools was profiled on We are very please that Title I Schools throughout the country can learn about this innovative approach to connecting with parents.

Key points:

  • 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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Bridgeport, CT elementary school highlighted in the National Education Association Priority Schools Campaign

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 published in Educational Leadership journal

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.