Evidence from Consequential Research on the Impact of Family-Community-School Partnerships on Student Achievement (69931)

Session Information:

Friday, 21 April 2023 17:00
Session: Poster
Room: Falls Church Foyer
Presentation Type:Poster Presentation

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This article provides a review of the most recent theoretical and empirical literature on family and community involvement in schools with the goal of fostering a greater understanding of the most important practices in this area. The article discusses a variety of ways that families and communities get involved in their schools. In addition to this, it discusses the major categories of school-community partnerships, as well as the factors that influence how they are implemented and the outcomes they produce. Based on the findings, the author outlines the significance of the study as a way to strengthen the capacity of community involvement in schools to increase the likelihood of beneficial impacts for students, education professionals, families, and communities.

Purpose and Objectives:
A partnership between the family, the school, and the community allows educational institutions and community agencies to involve families in meaningful and culturally relevant activities and help their children acquire new information and talents (Holme et al., 2022). Through collaborations, schools can meaningfully connect with families. Schools and community organizations support parents by listening to their concerns and providing materials. Participation in children's education is encouraged (Malone, 2020). This report reviews data on parental and community participation on academic success, noting that families affect children's academic performance. This review examines family-community-school partnerships.

Suzan Yesil, Texas Tech University, United States

About the Presenter(s)
Dr Suzan Yesil is a University Doctoral Student at Texas Tech University in United States

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Last updated: 2023-02-23 23:45:00