>===== Original Message From "Family, School, Community Partnerships SIG"
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>Billie Enz, Ph.D.
>Division of Curriculum and Instruction
>College of Education
>Arizona State University
>Tempe, Az. 85287
>From: Family, School, Community Partnerships SIG
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>Sent: Thursday, April 15, 2004 10:03 PM
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>Subject: Possible topics for forthcoming monographs
> <<Potential Topics for 2006.doc>>
> At the FSCP SIG Business meeting at AERA, this survey was
>distributed. We wanted everyone in the SIG to have an opportunity to
>offer his/her opinion. If you have not completed this survey, PLEASE,
>please do so and return to me by April 30. I shall tabulate and submit
>the results on this Listserve for further discussion.
> Thanks so much!
>Potential Topics for 2006 FSCP Monograph
>The titles of our first 3 (2004 AERA award-winning) published monographs
>and the monograph in progress are listed at the bottom of the page. We
>are seeking to determine interest and use for a sixth monograph to be
>published in 2006.
>Please rank the following suggested topics according to the importance
>and use to your college classes or work. Use 1 for your first choice and
>continue numerically until you exhaust the topics you feel are needed
>_ 4____ Promising practices for family/school/community involvement
>diverse cultures (e.g. native American, Hispanic, and so forth)
>__1___ Promising practices for family/school/community involvement with
> children and youth
>__3___ Promising practices for family/school involvement related to
>___2_ Promising practices for family/school involvement in early
>__5___ Promising practices for family members to connect with schools
> grandparents, siblings, and so forth)
>_____ Other, please specify
>Please indicate if you are willing to contribute a chapter. I need name,
>e-mail address, and telephone numbers.
> I would be willing to contribute a chapter.
Janet S. Arndt, Ed.D.
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>Promising Practices for Family Involvement in Schools (November, 2001)
>Promising Practices to Connect Schools with the Community (January 2003)
>Promising Practices Connecting Schools to Families with Special Needs
>Children (January 2004)
>In progress for 2005 Promising Practices for Family Involvement Across
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