School, Family, and Community Partnerships

School, Family, and Community Partnerships

Preparing Educators and Improving Schools

Unknown - 2011
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How can teachers and administrators be prepared to create partnerships with families and communities? Nationwide, rhetoric in favor of parent involvement is high, but the quality of most programs still is low. Part of the problem is that most teacher education, administrative training, and other education of school professionals omit topics of school, family, and community partnerships. Instead, educators are prepared in limited ways to "deal with parents" when problems occur. Well-known and respected author Joyce Epstein updates her acclaimed School, Family, and Community Partnerships to refl.
Publisher: Boulder, CO : Westview Press, ©2011.
Edition: 2nd ed.
Characteristics: 1 online resource (xix, 634 pages) : illustrations

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