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    Culture Counts: Engaging Black and Latino Parents of Young Children in Family Support Programs
    Shannon Moodie, Manica Ramos | Child Trends & Alliance for Early Success | October 2014 

    RoadMap Project
    Addressing systemic barriers to racial equity, amplifying community voice, and building stronger systems in seven King County school districts. Clear, easy to understand and read data and current news!  

    Charting a Course to Equitable Collaboration: Learning from Parent Engagement Initiatives in the Road Map Project
    Road Map Project & College of Education University of Washington | June 2014

    2018 National Advisory Council: Why Educational Equity is Everybody’s Business

    Creating a Culture of Two-Way Communication
    Building Initiative | Family Engagement 

    National PTA 
    A resource for parents that offers useful information to parents and support you to stay involved in the life of your child every day 

    Family Friendly Schools
    Bringing over 40 years of experience initiating and expanding family engagement programs for 250,000 students, parents, families, and teachers across the country, Family Friendly Schools is dedicated to helping schools and districts around the country develop networks of integrated relationships between leadership, staff, and families to  

    • Increase test scores, 
    • Improve student behavior & attendance, and 
    • Increase positive parents participating at their school. 

    Annie E. Casey Foundation's Family and Community Involvement
    Information, resources and tools including, webinars, blogs, reports, and best practices reports, to help families, communities and schools to work in partnership with one another.

    Dual Capacity Building Framework 
    Karen Mapp video explaining Dual Capacity-Building Framework

    The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) replaced No Child Left Behind (NCLB) on December 10, 2015. It is the reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA). ESSA will be fully operational in school year 2017-18. OSPI is in the process of implementing the law, beginning with the identification of schools for Comprehensive and Targeted supports in the ESSA Index. More information will be posted here as it becomes available.