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Family Engagement Resources in Spanish

Research-backed and culturally relevant materials including a Webinar: Distance Learning with Common Sense: Equitable Distance Learning for English Learners

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  • Equity
  • Website
  • Families
  • Family Engagement

Family Guides: Supporting Learning in the 2020-21 School Year

Seek Common Ground and the experts at Student Achievement Partners have created Family Guides to help parents, grandparents, caregivers, friends— anyone helping a child to learn in the 2020-21 school year— understand more about what children should know and be able to do by the end of each grade in literacy and math. Other academic …

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  • Guide
  • Planning and Instructional Design
  • Keeping Students and Families Engaged
  • Family Engagement

Family Leadership Design Collaborative

Dr. Ishimaru’s scholarship focuses on the intersection of leadership, school-community relationships, and educational equity in P-12 systems. Her work focuses on improving educational leadership – both formal and family/community – to create equitable educational environments, with a particular focus on students, families, and communities who have been historically marginalized in education. Dr. Ishimaru engages in …

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  • Community building
  • Equity
  • Family and community collaboration
  • Collaborative Leadership
  • Family and community engagement
  • Frameworks
  • Website
  • District
  • Principal
  • School Leader
  • Overcoming Challenges to Family and Community Engagement
  • Rebuilding Relationships

Fishbowl: Community Inquiry

A guide to using the fishbowl strategy for organizing medium- to large-group discussions.

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  • Student engagement
  • Guide
  • Educator
  • Planning and Instructional Design

Form Your Future FAFSA Tracker

The #FormYourFuture FAFSA Tracker is an interactive data dashboard that tracks and ranks states’ progress toward 100% of their high school seniors completing the FAFSA and measures change year over year. The tracker shows weekly progress and allows for year-to-year comparisons at the national, state, city, school district, and school levels.

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  • College and Career Readiness
  • Publication
  • Tool
  • Educator
  • District
  • Principal
  • Intermediary
  • School Leader
  • The Comeback
  • College & Career Readiness
  • Engaging families in postsecondary planning
  • Postsecondary readiness and access

Formative Assessment in Distance Learning

An article that highlights formative resources including: 24 Digital Tools for Formative Assessment (Global Online Academy) and Clear feedback rules (video from High Tech High)

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  • Instructional leadership
  • Article (news or journal)
  • Educator
  • Formative Assessment

Formatively Assess Students

Included in a website called Teaching with Technology “How do I….?” This section provides digital tools for formative assessment.

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  • Education technology
  • Tool
  • Educator
  • Formative Assessment
  • Online Instruction

FormYourFuture FAFSA Tracker

Publicly sharing data about completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) will help schools and districts rally around a goal. Track FAFSA completion rates for your district or school with this dashboard from Forum Your Future and see year over year comparisons.

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  • Website
  • Educator
  • The Comeback
  • College & Career Readiness
  • Postsecondary match & fit
  • Postsecondary readiness and access

FutureEd’s Blueprint for Testing 

A key to igniting learning is establishing the expectation that supports and interventions are designed to help bring students to grade-level content and skills.  Assess proximity to grade level at the start of the school year and design supports and interventions accordingly. FutureEd’s Blueprint for Testing guides districts through what assessments to prioritize (page 10) and use of assessment …

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  • Instructional leadership
  • Guide
  • District
  • Principal
  • School Leader
  • The Comeback
  • Classroom-based Learning Acceleration 
  • Igniting Learning

Getting to Work on Summer Learning Recommended Practices for Success

Rand’s second edition Getting to Work on Summer Learning provides recommendations for district leaders and their partners who are interested in launching or improving summer learning programs    Key suggestion: Commit in the fall to a summer program and begin planning and recruiting instructors by January.

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  • Positive youth development
  • Universal Design for Learning
  • Report (policy, research)
  • District
  • Intermediary
  • Principal
  • School Leader
  • The Comeback
  • Out-of-School and Summer Learning
  • Igniting Learning

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