Going to the AERA conference? See you there!

Members of the FLDC will be reconnecting on April 29 at the upcoming AERA conference in San Antonio. Through their symposium entitled “Co-Designing Family and Community Wellness and Educational Justice,” members will highlight the key tensions and transformative possibilities for co-designing with nondominant families and communities.  We will post handouts and other materials on the website soon.  Please see our flyer for more details.  

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Redesigning family engagement in education

Check out this great article about FLDC appearing on the University of Washington’s College of Education’s website. https://education.uw.edu/news/redesigning-family-engagement-education

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New! Check out these examples of how to push equity work forward!

Two teams, one led by Camille Wilson with the University of Michigan and the other by Gerardo Lopez with the University of Utah, have concluded their design circles and offer their learnings and design circle work products with us. Just click on the links above to check out both teams!

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See our new video – Redesigning Family Engagement in Education

We invite you to watch and share our newest video containing insights from a few members of the Family Leadership Design Collaborative. The interviews took place during our latest convening in February.  We will be sharing updates from this convening soon.  We will also be sharing new research briefs and tools on our website shortly! For those of you attending the American Educational Research Association (AERA) […]

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2015 Convening Report – FLDC Research Agenda

We are happy to share “Toward a Transformative Research and Practice Agenda for Racial Equity in Family Engagement” with everyone. This report emerged from the data gleaned through discussions between FLDC members about the challenges and possibilities for racial equity in family engagement during our September and December convenings in 2015 as well as conversations in January and February 2016. We sought, in our conversations […]

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