Strong school leadership for the 21st century requires consistent and constructive family engagement. Research demonstrates partnerships among schools, families, and communities are essential to building capacity for systemic change and improving student outcomes.


Raising Family Partnerships is a family engagement fellowship for public school principals and their leadership teams across the state. The program seeks to redesign how families, schools, and communities collaborate to improve student outcomes, while also contributing to a public knowledge base of resources and research that can help build and scale a shared framework for authentic partnerships between educators and families.