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  1. Beyond the Bake Sale Chapter 10

  2. Help! Where Can You Find Useful Resources to Build Your Partnership? Beyond the Bake Sale Chapter Topic Resources 1. Developing Relationships Guides and Publications Collaborative for Academic, Social and Emotional Learning (CASEL) www.casel.org (Includes Social and Emotional Learning Parent Packets: Ideas and Tools for Working with Parents and Families) For the packet in English: www.casel.org/downloads/parentpacketLSS.pdf and Spanish www.casel.org/downloads/parentresourcesspanish.pdf

  3. Help! Where Can You Find Useful Resources to Build Your Partnership? Guides and Publications Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory (NRWEL) – has published a guidebook, Building Relationships for Student Success: School-Family-Community Partnerships and Student Achievement in the Northwest, by Diane Dorfman and Amy Fisher (2002). www.nwrel.org/partnerships/cloak/booklet2.pdf Sacramento Area Congregations Together (ACT) – a home visiting program to train teachers and help schools reach out to families. www.communitychange.org/issues/education/publications/downloads/actionguide_08.pdf

  4. Help! Where Can You Find Useful Resources to Build Your Partnership? Web-Based Resources National Fatherhood Initiative www.fatherhood.org Programs Parents and Teachers Talking Together (PT3)www.prichardcommittee.org/pt3.html or call 1-800-928-2111 Security Dads www.securitydads.com 317-371-4094

  5. Help! Where Can You Find Useful Resources to Build Your Partnership? Programs Tellin’ Stories Project www.teachingforchange.org/DC_Projects/Telling_Stories

  6. Help! Where Can You Find Useful Resources to Build Your Partnership? 2. Linking to Learning Guides and Publications Focus on Families! How to Build and Support Family-Centered Practices in After School www.gse.harvard.edu/hfrp/projects/aftershoool/resources/families PASS Project Parent Kits – developed by SAY SanDiego Student-Led Conferences www.prichardcommittee.org/pubs/cat/student_led_conferences.pdf

  7. Help! Where Can You Find Useful Resources to Build Your Partnership? Web-Based Resources American Federation of Teachers (AFT) www.aft.org Education Trust www2.edtrust.org Florida Partnership for Family Involvement in Education www.floridapartnership.usf.edu/resources.html

  8. Help! Where Can You Find Useful Resources to Build Your Partnership? Web-Based Resources National Network of Partnership Schools www.csos.jhu.edu/p2000/PPP/2005/index.htm National PTA www.pta.org Click on the parent resources tab

  9. Help! Where Can You Find Useful Resources to Build Your Partnership? Programs TIPS - Teachers Involving Parents in Schoolwork www.csos.jhu.edu/P2000/tips/tipsresources.htm Understanding All Kinds Of Minds www.allkindsofminds.org

  10. Help! Where Can You Find Useful Resources to Build Your Partnership? 3. Addressing Differences Guides and Publications Culturally Responsive Parent Involvement: Concrete Understandings and Basic Strategies by Sabrina Hope King and A. Lin Goodwin www.aacte.org/Publications/kinggoodwin.pdf Diversity: School, Family, and Community Connections www.sedl.org/connections/research-syntheses.html

  11. Help! Where Can You Find Useful Resources to Build Your Partnership? Guides and Publications Family Involvement Network of Educators (FINE) www.gse.harvard.edu/hfrp/projects/fine/announcements/04jun.html MiddleWeb www.middleweb.com/MWLISTCONT/MSLparentsAH.html

  12. Help! Where Can You Find Useful Resources to Build Your Partnership? Guides and Publications Reaching out to Diverse Populations – by Chris Ferguson www.sedl.org/connections/resources/rb/rb5-diverse.pdf

  13. Help! Where Can You Find Useful Resources to Build Your Partnership? Web-Based Resources Teaching for Change www.teachingforchange.org/ Teaching Tolerance www.tolerance.org

  14. Help! Where Can You Find Useful Resources to Build Your Partnership? Programs Hispanic Mother-Daughter Program www.jlaustin.org/?nd-mom_kid Pacific Educational Group www.pacificeducationalgroup.com/who_glenn.html

  15. Help! Where Can You Find Useful Resources to Build Your Partnership? • Supporting Advocacy Guides and Publications The Advisory Guide: Designing and Implementing Effective Advisory Programs in Secondary Schools www.esrnational.org Creating Partnerships, Bridging Worlds: Family and Community Engagement www.turningpoints.org

  16. Help! Where Can You Find Useful Resources to Build Your Partnership? Guides and Publications Intercultural Development Research Association (IDRA) www.idra.org Making the Most of Middle School: A Field Guide for Parents http://store.nmsa.org/index.asp?PageAction=VIEWPROD&ProdID=237 Speaking Up! A Parent Guide to Advocating for Students in Public Schools www.bccpac.bc.ca/advocacy/parents_speak.htm

  17. Help! Where Can You Find Useful Resources to Build Your Partnership? Guides and Publications Working Together: A Guide to Positive Problem-Solving for Schools, Families and Communities www.edu.gov.mb.ca/ks4/specedu/documents.html Web-Based Resources Individual Graduation Plan www.education.ky.gov/KDE/Instructional+Resources/Career+and+Technical+Education/Individual+Graduation+Plan/default.htm

  18. Help! Where Can You Find Useful Resources to Build Your Partnership? Web-Based Resources Schools to Watch www.schoolstowatch.org/what.htm Programs Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) www.avidonline.org

  19. Help! Where Can You Find Useful Resources to Build Your Partnership? Programs First Things First www.irre.org Parents and Counselors Together (PACT) www.act.org/research/policy/pdf/involve_parents.pdf

  20. Help! Where Can You Find Useful Resources to Build Your Partnership? • Sharing Power Guides and Publications Community Engagement Review and Planning Guide – Field Test Version www.idra.org/resource Pathways to Parent Leadership/Senderos a un liderazgo de padres www.4children.org/parents.htm#path

  21. Help! Where Can You Find Useful Resources to Build Your Partnership? Guides and Publications School Family and Community Partnerships: Your Handbook for Action (Second Edition) by Joyce L. Epstein et al. (Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press, 2002) Web-Based Resources National Issues Forum www.nifi.org

  22. Help! Where Can You Find Useful Resources to Build Your Partnership? Web-Based Resources Council for Public Deliberation www.cpdohio.org Kettering Foundation www.kettering.org

  23. Help! Where Can You Find Useful Resources to Build Your Partnership? Programs Study Circles Resource Center www.studycircles.org Parents United for Responsible Education (PURE) www.pureparents.org/about.php

  24. Help! Where Can You Find Useful Resources to Build Your Partnership? • Scaling Up Web-Based Resources Center for Public Education www.centerforpubliceducation.org College Partnership Program www.fcps.k12.va.us/DSSSE/StudentServices/CollegePartnership/colpart2.htm

  25. Help! Where Can You Find Useful Resources to Build Your Partnership? Web-Based Resources Math and Science Equity Program www.msep.unce.edu Parents for Public Schools (PPS) www.parents4publicschools.com

  26. Help! Where Can You Find Useful Resources to Build Your Partnership? Survey Resources Comer School Development Program (SDP) http://info.med.yale.edu/comer/research_evaluation/schoolclimatesurvey.html Dade County Public Schools http://drs.dadeschools.net/ClimateSurvey/2002-2003/Schools_0203.htm Intercultural Development and Research Association (IDRA) www.idra.org/resource

  27. Help! Where Can You Find Useful Resources to Build Your Partnership? Survey Resources North Central Regional Educational Laboratory (NCREL) http://goal.ncrel.org/winss/scs/sample.htm Zoomerang http://info.zoomerang.com/quicktour/createsurvey.htm

  28. Help! Where Can You Find Useful Resources to Build Your Partnership? Selected Resources Academic Standards Academic Development Institute www.adi.org The Education Trust www.edtrust.org The Efficacy Institute, Inc. www.efficacy.org

  29. Help! Where Can You Find Useful Resources to Build Your Partnership? Selected Resources 1. Academic Standards KSA Plus Communications www.ksaplus.com National Urban League www.nul.org Prichard Committee for Academic Excellence www.prichardcommittee.org

  30. Help! Where Can You Find Useful Resources to Build Your Partnership? 2. Community-Focused Organizations Coalition for Community Schools www.communityschools.org Communities in Schools, Inc. (CIS) www.cisnet.org Charles Stewart Mott Foundation www.mott.org

  31. Help! Where Can You Find Useful Resources to Build Your Partnership? Community-Focused Organizations National Community Education Association (NCEA) www.ncea.com National Center for Community Education (NCCE) www.nccenet.org Search Institute www.search-institute.org Youth Development Institute (YDI) of the Fund for the City of New York www.fcny.org

  32. Help! Where Can You Find Useful Resources to Build Your Partnership? • Community Organizing ACORN, The Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now www.acorn.org Boston Parent Organizing Network (BPON) www.bpon.org Center for Community Change www.communitychange.org/issues/education/publications

  33. Help! Where Can You Find Useful Resources to Build Your Partnership? Community Organizing Community Involvement Program, Annenberg Institute for School Reform www.educationorganizing.org Cross City Campaign for Urban School Reform (CCCUSR) www.crosscity.org The Interaction Institute for Social Change www.interactioninstitute.org/services/training.php

  34. Help! Where Can You Find Useful Resources to Build Your Partnership? Community Organizing Pacific Institute for Community Organization (PICO) www.piconetwork.org Southern Echo www.southernecho.org

  35. Help! Where Can You Find Useful Resources to Build Your Partnership? • Current Developments and News Gadfly www.edexcellence.net/gadfly George Lucas Educational Foundation www.glef.org MiddleWeb www.middleweb.com

  36. Help! Where Can You Find Useful Resources to Build Your Partnership? The Kappan www.pdkintl.org Public Agenda www.publicagenda.org Rethinking Schools www.rethinkingschools.org

  37. Help! Where Can You Find Useful Resources to Build Your Partnership? • Government Sources Web sites U. S. Department of Education (USDE) and state education agencies www.ed.gov and www.ccsso.org Local school and school district Web sites Parent Information and Resource Centers (PIRCS) www.pirc-info.net

  38. Help! Where Can You Find Useful Resources to Build Your Partnership? North Central Regional Educational Laboratory (NCREL) www.ncrel.org/8drs/areas/pa0cont.htm Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory (NWREL) www.nwrel.org Southwest Educational Development Laboratory (SEDL) www.sedl.org

  39. Help! Where Can You Find Useful Resources to Build Your Partnership? • Key National Networks National Center for Family Literacy (NCFL) www.familylit.org National Coalition for Parent Involvement in Education (NCPIE) www.ncpie.org National Network of Partnership Schools (NNPS) www.partnershipschools.org www.csos.jhu.edu/P2000

  40. Help! Where Can You Find Useful Resources to Build Your Partnership? Public Education Network (PEN) www.publiceducation.org

  41. Help! Where Can You Find Useful Resources to Build Your Partnership? • Title I An Action Guide for Community and Parent Leaders: Using NCLB to improve Student Achievement www.publiceducation.org Title I as a Tool for Parent Involvement www.cleweb.org/issues/title/tool.htm

  42. Help! Where Can You Find Useful Resources to Build Your Partnership? • Parent, Teacher, and Administrator Associations American Federation of Teachers (AFT) www.aft.org National Association of Elementary School Principals (NAESP) www.naesp.org National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP) www.nassp.org

  43. Help! Where Can You Find Useful Resources to Build Your Partnership? National Educational Association (NEA) www.nea.org National PTA www.pta.org

  44. Help! Where Can You Find Useful Resources to Build Your Partnership? • Parent Training and Professional Development The California PARENT Center http://parent.sdsu.edu Campaign for African American Achievement www.nul.org Families and Schools Together (FAST) www.wcer.wisc.edu/fast The Home and School Institute www.megaskills.org

  45. Help! Where Can You Find Useful Resources to Build Your Partnership? National Council of La Raza www.nclr.org Parent Expectations Support Achievement (PESA) www.lacoe.edu/pesa Parent Institute for Quality Education (PIQE) www.piqe.org Family Friendly Schools www.familyfriendlyschools.org

  46. Help! Where Can You Find Useful Resources to Build Your Partnership? Institute for Responsive Education (IRE) www.responsiveeducation.org National Center for Conflict Resolution Education www.nccre.org American Federation of Teachers (AFT) www.aft.org/topics/teacher-quality/downloads/schoolhome.pdf Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD) www.ascd.org

  47. Help! Where Can You Find Useful Resources to Build Your Partnership? National Educational Association (NEA) www.nea.org/priorityschools/famschoolpartnerships.html National Staff Development Council (NSDC) www.nsdc.org/library/parentspartners/parents.cfm ASPIRA Parents for Educational excellence Initiative (APEX) www.aspira.org Commonwealth Institute for Parent Leadership (CIPL) www.cipl.org

  48. Help! Where Can You Find Useful Resources to Build Your Partnership? Center for Parent Leadership www.centerforparentleadership.org Parent Leadership Program (PLP) www.responsiveeducation.org Parent Leadership Training Institute (PLTI) www.cga.ct.gov/coc/plti.htm Parent School Partnership Program (PSP)www.maldef.org/education/partnership.htm

  49. Help! Where Can You Find Useful Resources to Build Your Partnership? Right Question Project (RQP) www.rqp.org • Special Needs Information Educating Our Children Together: A Sourcebook for Effective Family-School-Community Partnership www.directionservice.org/cadre Center for Law and Education www.cleweb.org

  50. Help! Where Can You Find Useful Resources to Build Your Partnership? National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities www.nichcy.org The Pacer Center www.pacer.org • System-Wide Reform The Annenberg Institute for School Reform www.annenberginstitute.org ATLAS Communities www.atlascommunities.org