Charting a Course to Equitable Collaboration: Learning From Parent Engagement Initiatives in the Road Map Project

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The case study research reported here sought to understand how district-based and community-based parent engagement initiatives within a collective-impact effort seek to build the participation of parents/families, particularly those from low-income, marginalized communities, in education. Over nearly a year, our team of researchers conducted approximately 120 hours of observations, 67 interviews with district and school leaders, teachers and other school staff, CBO leaders, program providers, and parents, and examined initiative documents and communications.

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