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How to Develop a Logic Model for Districtwide Family Engagement Strategies
Helen Westmoreland, M. Elena Lopez, Heidi Rosenberg
Tips & Tools From Harvard Family Research Project
How to Develop a Logic Model for Districtwide Family Engagement Strategies is a step-by-step guide to help you understand and develop a logic model for districtwide family engagement efforts. It is designed to accompany Seeing is Believing: Promising Practices for How School Districts Promote Family Engagement, a policy brief created by Harvard Family Research Project and the National PTA.
This tool clarifies the steps between family engagement efforts and better learning outcomes for children and youth. In addition, you can refer to a sample logic model based on promising practices highlighted in Seeing is Believing, as well as lessons learned from research and evaluation studies that shape the outcomes of family engagement.
Benefits of creating a logic model to illustrate your district’s family engagement strategy include:
Use this tool to learn how to:
This article is part of the November 2009 FINE Newsletter. The FINE Newsletter shares the newest and best family involvement research and resources from Harvard Family Research Project and other field leaders. To access the FINE Newsletter Archive, visit www.hfrp.org/FINENewsletter.
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