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Conference Resources

Download PowerPoints, handouts, worksheets, and other helpful materials shared by conference workshop presenters. These resources discuss family and community engagement best practices and provide examples of successful engagement strategies that are being implemented across the country.

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Shaping Our Future by Leading Together: Resources

Shaping Our Future by Leading Together: Resources

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Below are materials that were provided by workshop presenters at the 2015 National Family and Community Engagement Conference alphabetized by title. Workshop descriptions can be found in the Shaping Our Future by Leading Together: Families, Schools, and Communities program book. Please note: We will continue to add presentation resources to this page as they arrive. Keep checking for updates!

Amplifying Community Leadership for Funding Equity & Curriculum Quality (Aurelio Montemayor)

APTT: Intentional & Strategic Family Engagement (Maria C. Paredes)

Building Parent Leadership Capacity for Serving on Decision-Making Groups (Dianne Malley)

Building the Parent Leadership Pathway (Tu Moua Carroz)

Creating Dynamic Family-School Partnerships: Key Parent Roles (Patty & David Bunker)

Cross-Sector Collaboration to Improve Family Engagement (Susan Stevenson)

Culturally Competent Strategies for Parent Engagement in Community Schools (Monique R. Fletcher)

Districts! Dollars! Danger! (Sharlonda Buckman)

From Showing Up to Leading the Way: Building a Continuum for Family Engagement (Andreina Velasco)

Growing a Stronger America One Family at a Time (Joshua Cramer)

Learning of & for the People: The Razalogia Approach to Family Engagement (Claudia Jasso Stevens)

Lessons from the Federal Investing in Innovation (i3) Grants for Parent & Family Leadership (Eden Segal)

Maryland's State & District Level Partnerships: Empowering International Parent Leaders (Young-chan Han)

Parent Mentors in Classrooms: Improving Achievement & Building Community Leadership (Leticia Barrera)

Promoting High Expectations for Youth with Disabilities (Amy M Pleet-Odle)

Putting the Dual-Capacity Building Framework in Action Through Home Visits (Lisa Levasseur)

Three Ways Unions & Districts Can Collaborate to Engage Families & Communities (Barbara Hicks)

Using Evaluation Data to Continuously Improve District Family Engagement Practice (D'Lisa Crain)

Working at the Intersection of Families & Learning: Professionalizing a Field & Building Capacity (Anne Henderson)