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Research shows that successfully engaged families find that their students earn higher grades, score higher on tests, develop better social skills, and are more likely to graduate. The bottom line is, when families are engaged in school, their children are more likely to succeed.

From the district’s perspective, the challenges lie in:

  • Being fully prepared and informed by whole-child data in order to have meaningful conversations with student’s caregivers
  • Establishing staff understanding of the importance of community engagement
  • Equipping staff with the knowledge and skills necessary to support family engagement
  • Taking steps to reduce a family’s barriers through targeted strategies that build authentic family-school partnerships
  • Grounding your district’s strategic planning in an evidence-based family engagement framework

Join us to hear how district leaders are addressing these challenges and supporting families in their districts.

Speakers
Jon Krol
Director of SEL & Equity, Wachusett Regional School District
Andrea Wheeler, M.Ed., M.A.
Educational Services Coordinator, Federal Programs, Edmond Public Schools
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Bridget Knaperek
Senior Account Manager, Panorama Education
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