Resources for Family & Community Involvement
Partners in Education
A new framework from the U.S. Department of Education — Partners in Education — focuses on the ways families, schools, districts, states and communities can build capacity for student achievement and school improvement.
Learn how to inform, educate and train parents to become partners in learning, advisors, advocates and decision-makers in the
Planning Guide to Parent Forums
(U.S. Department of Education).
Wisconsin’s Resource Kit
— the Title I, Part A team has done an outstanding job of developing and
assembling smart programming tools for family/parent involvement. Start with the Road Map Through the School Year
— a planning tool that synchs with the school calendar.
A Toolkit for Title I, Part A Parental Involvement — developed by the SEDL National Center for Family and Community Connections with Schools, this rich
resource has the potential to guide and structure school and district staff
eager to create or modify family involvement programming in ways that serve
compliance with federal regulations and the need for positive outcomes.
There are 6 vendors with master contracts through Washington State — the Department of Enterprise Services (DES). These vendors are classified as Category 8–Education-related Documents in the state system. This state contract covers translations for the written word only.
Translation Vendors (Written Word) — Category 8 — Education
||Lazar & Associates
Translations Services–Written Word
(on the DES site) │
Contract information — all categories (Word)
Policy — Guidance, Checklist & Templates
Policy Template for Parent Involvement (U.S. Department of Education)
Policy — Guidance, Checklists & Template
Create a School-Parent Compact
Harvard Family Research Project
National Network of Partnership Schools at John Hopkins University
Association of Washington School Principals (AWSP)