Best Practices for Engaging Families and the Community

Despite a focus on equity in the American education system, persistent opportunity and achievement gaps continue to challenge district and school leaders.

Decades of research show that family involvement is a strong predictor of student success. To close the equity gap, districts and schools must institute family and community engagement strategies that ensure all families and community members feel welcome at school, know what students are learning, and how they can support student success.

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Develop Equitable Engagement Strategies

This research brief describes how districts can move from “random acts of family involvement” to a coherent strategy that ensures that families and community members of all backgrounds feel welcome at school, know what students are learning, and how they can support student success.

Download this research brief to learn best practices and policies in family and community engagement in order to close the equity gap.

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