1 edition of Family advocacy & problem-solving through community partnerships found in the catalog.
Family advocacy & problem-solving through community partnerships
by The Project in Washington, D.C. (2401 Virginia Ave., N.W., Washington 20037)
Written in English
|Other titles||Family advocacy and problem-solving through community partnerships.|
|Statement||prepared by the Families & Work Project, Member Education & Training Department, American Association of University Women Educational Foundation.|
|Contributions||Families & Work Project (American Association of University Women. Educational Foundation)|
|LC Classifications||HV699 .F29 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||152 p. :|
|Number of Pages||152|
|LC Control Number||84070450|
Through the CBAP students learn conceptualizing and understanding structural issues related to social problems, building and maintaining community partnerships, facilitating thoughtful discussions with community partners around social problems, and employing a decision making model to identify and develop their social action strategy, as well. This book examines how teachers and administrators can prepare themselves to create positive relationships and productive partnerships with families and communities. There are two main parts with seven chapters. The chapters include readings by outside authors. Part 1, "Understanding School, Family, and Community Partnerships," includes: (1).
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