We define family engagement as the collaboration between families and educators that accelerates student learning. A strong body of research shows that students do better in school and in life when parents and schools are equal partners in a child’s education.
We are paving the way for innovation in strategic philanthropy. We partner with committed people in government, business, foundations, and nonprofits to increase effective giving to education and results-driven philanthropy.
We listen to and learn from committed teachers with a focus on improving reading by third grade, and partner with promising schools to understand how they support teaching reading. We identify great teachers, replicate their work, and celebrate great teaching success.
Flamboyan Foundation seeks a strategic, detail-oriented, results-focused Associate of Human Resources and Finance Operations to support the back-office finance and human resource functions for both our Washington, D.C. and Puerto Rico offices.
Flamboyan Foundation seeks an experienced managing director of talent and equity to lead Flamboyan’s burgeoning talent development and management efforts. We are looking for an individual to serve as the organization’s first talent and equity officer.
Flamboyan Foundation (Flamboyan) is seeking a collaborative and outcomes-oriented Director of Philanthropy Program (Director) to oversee Flamboyan’s work in the investment area of Inspiring Effective Philanthropy (IEP). The Director of Philanthropy Program will be responsible for leading a top-notch team of talented professionals in achieving the outcomes for our work in Philanthropy.
Tenemos dos puestos disponibles en la oficina de Puerto Rico para ayudarnos a garantizar que los estudiantes de escuela pública en donde trabajamos lean en español a nivel apropiado al finalizar el tercer grado:
1. Oficial de Programas de la Enseñanza de Lectura
2. Gerente de Programas de Lectura
Flamboyan Foundation is excited to announce we are recruiting Flamboyan trainers! In the role of “Flamboyan trainer,” teachers share their family engagement experiences and facilitate family engagement trainings.
The study, by researchers at Johns Hopkins University, covered 12 D.C. public elementary schools and more than 4,000 students in the 2013-2014 school year. It found that students whose families received a home visit, one of the core strategies in the FEP, had 24 percent fewer absences and were more likely to read at or above grade level compared to similar students who did not receive a home visit.
A group of participants in our Charter Teacher Family Engagement PLC found an innovative way to engage families by putting a different spin on the typical Parent Teacher Conference.
C.W. Harris Elementary School Principal, Heather Hairston, accepts the Excellence in Family Engagement Award on behalf of her school at the 2016 Standing Ovation Awards Ceremony.
Kelly Miller Middle School has chosen to incorporate family engagement into their grade level meetings — a simple strategy that is having a big impact.
Flamboyan Foundation proudly congratulates the partner schools and educators that will be honored with Standing Ovation awards for their tireless contributions to quality education in D.C. Public Schools.
All kids are worthy. That’s what the teachers of Truesdell Education Campus in Washington, D.C. decided in the summer of 2015. Unwilling to deny one student a home visit, they set their sights on a goal of 100%. On November 5, 2015, Truesdell Education Campus met its mark: 100% of its student body received a home visit.
A new study links improvements in the performance of D.C. public elementary school students with Flamboyan Foundation’s Family Engagement Partnership, or FEP, where teachers and school leaders are trained and supported to build trusting relationships with the families of their students and to partner with families to support their children’s academic success.
Flamboyan Foundation has been awarded a new grant to support its family engagement work in seven D.C. public charter schools.