Agenda for Children: Family Engagement Project, Family-Engagement-Project
Agenda for Children: Family Engagement Project, Strengthening Families Program Self-Assessment, Program-SelfAssessment
Bayshore Homecare, 10 benefits connecting youth and seniors
Best Start Resource Centre, Step By Step: Engaging Fathers in Programs for Families, Canada: Toronto, Ontario, 2012.
BOSTnet, (Build the Out-of-School Network), Family Engagement Toolkit, Family Engagement Strategy Checklist.
Castle Pines Connection, Go to link
Children’s Aid Society, Dynamics of Supervision Managers Institute
Department for Education and Skills, Engaging Fathers: Involving Parents, Raising Achievement.
Department of Youth and Community Development (DYCD), Partnering with Families to Improve Outcomes. New York: DYCD Focus, 2016.
Duke Law, Event Planning Guide, Plan Guide
Fairfax Virginia School and Partnerships for Kentucky Schools, Strategic Plan Goal 2 Caring Culture, https://www.fcps.edu/node/32805
Families Leadership Project, http://familieslead.org/
Finney Boylan, Jennifer, Co-chair of GLAAD and author of She’s Not There: A Life in Two Genders.
Harvard Family Research Project, October 2006.
Henderson, Anne T., Karen L. Mapp Vivian R. Johnson, and Don Davies, Beyond the Bake Sale: The
Essential Guide for Family School Partnerships, New York: The New Press, 2007.
Henderson, Anne T., Karen L. Mapp, the National Standards and Quality Indicators: Transition Toolkit for Systems Improvement, National Alliance for Secondary Education and Transition
Human Rights Campaign Foundation, Growing Up LGBTQ in America: Youth Survey Report and Key Findings.
Human Rights Campaign Foundation, Welcoming Schools Starter Kit, 2012.
Ideas for Building Family Assets
Krivickas K.M., D. Lofquist, UCLA Williams Institute Census and Demographics LGBT Studies, 2011.
Georgia Department of Education, Office of School Improvement
Michigan Department of Education – Program Advisory Committee Toolkit, 2015.
National Fatherhood Initiative, Fatherhood 24/7 Dad Facilitator’s Manual – New York City Edition
Parent Anonymous Inc., National Parent Leadership Month Tool Kit, 2003.
Parents Anonymous, Strengthening-Families, http://parentsanonymous.org/?s=strengthening+families
Search Institute, Bringing Developmental Relationships Home: Tips and Relationship Builders for Families, 2015.
Shields, M. & Behrman, R., Children of Immigrant Families: Analysis and Recommendations, 2004.
Teach Them, Emotional Banking Game, Emotional-Banking
Teaching Strategies Y Chart. https://teaching-strategies.wikispaces.com/Y-Chart
The Annie E. Casey Foundation, Engaging Parents, Developing Leaders: A Self-Assessment and Planning Tool for Nonprofits and Schools, August 2016.
Youth Development Institute (YDI), Changing Scenes: A Curriculum, of the Team Outreach Program, for Department of Education Parent Coordinator Resource Guide.
Wiki, How to Play Human Bingo, http://www.wikihow.com/Play-Human-Bingo
Tschannen-Moran, M., and W. K. Hoy. (2000) “A Multidisciplinary Analysis of the Nature, Meaning, and Measurement of Trust,” Review of Educational Research 71:547–593.
Krownapple, J. (2017) Guiding teams to excellence with equity: culturally proficient facilitation, Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin.
Resources for Older Adults
Keeping seniors engaged with their families and communities is critical. NYC has a network of CBOs providing Seniors who are the least bit intimidated by technology can get their bearings at OATS (Older Adults Technology Services) Senior Planet. It is a site where seniors can learn how to use technology to their benefit and systems change. OATS recently joined forces with AARP. View their website at www.oats.org