School/ Family/ Community Partnerships: CARING FOR THE CHILDREN WE SHARE

November 2010
Phi Delta Kappan;Nov2010, Vol. 92 Issue 3, p81
The article presents a reprint of the article "School/Family/Community Partnerships: Caring for the Children We Share," by Joyce L. Epstein, which appeared in the May 1995 issue. The author discusses the need to develop partnerships between schools, families, and communities to support student success. She identifies six types of involvement and announces the creation of Partnership-2000 Schools, a national network of schools to be aided by Johns Hopkins University in building partnerships.


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