Homeroom with Education Leaders | Building Bridges: Empowering Family-School Partnerships for Student Achievement

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Join The @Hunt_Institute on 6/20 for an #EdHomeroom webinar on empowering family-school partnerships for student achievement. Register here: https://ow.ly/UizB50Rvf7W 

On 6/20 Ari Gerzon-Kessler and @Karen_Mapp will lead an #EdHomeroom webinar with The @Hunt_Institute on empowering family-school partnerships for student achievement! Register here to attend: https://ow.ly/UizB50Rvf7W 

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According to The Hunt Institute’s Across the Ailse report more than 8 in 10 voters believe that parents should be included in their child’s education, and about 7 in 10 voters agree that parents are included in their child’s education and what they are taught. Additionally, voters see a major role for teachers in determining curriculum, as well as for parents of school-age children, highlighting that despite narratives placing these groups at odds with each other, voters see both groups as necessary for curriculum oversight.  

Join the Hunt Institute on 6/20 for a conversation about the significance of engaging families in school partnerships and explore strategies to help expand its collaboration. 

Register here to attend: https://ow.ly/UizB50Rvf7W 

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Hi (name), 

According to The Hunt Institute’s Across the Ailse report more than 8 in 10 voters believe that parents should be included in their child’s education, and about 7 in 10 voters agree that parents are included in their child’s education and what they are taught. Additionally, voters see a major role for teachers in determining curriculum, as well as for parents of school-age children, highlighting that despite narratives placing these groups at odds with each other, voters see both groups as necessary for curriculum oversight.  

Join the Hunt Institute on 6/20 for a conversation about the significance of engaging families in school partnerships and explore strategies to help expand its collaboration. 

Panelists include: 

  • Ari Gerzon-Kessler, School-Family Partnerships Consultant and Author of On The Same Team: Bringing Educators and Underrepresented Families Together
  • Dr. Karen L. Mapp, Professor of Practice, Harvard University

Register here to attend: https://ow.ly/UizB50Rvf7W 

See you there!  

Sincerely, 

(name)