Resources and Reads

From families to school districts to lawmakers, across the nation we are navigating how to operate virtually with students learning at home. With summer break upon us, ensuring students are ready for a strong start of school in the face of the unknown is critical. During these unprecedented times, educators and families must be true allies in education to ensure all students succeed and all families feel supported. At Flamboyan we believe that practicing REAL Family Engagement has never been more important. Read on for a curated list of trusted Resources and Reads for ideas, guidance, and tools to support meaningful family engagement now and moving forward.

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As mentioned in our Statement of Solidarity, Flamboyan is choosing to be an anti-racist organization by doubling down on our longstanding commitment to confronting injustice, disrupting bias within our own organization and within our work, and honoring the dignity and value of people. Our efforts to create real and meaningful family engagement in schools and school systems across the country are grounded in seeing people, knowing people, and loving people for who they are. If you’re looking for places to begin or continue your anti-racist journey, consider visiting some of these trusted sources.


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The beginning of the 2020-2021 school year looks different for everyone. This month’s Resources feature strategies for educators to supportconnect with, and learn from students and families.   


Back to school season is here, and teachers are getting creativeFrom technical guidance to an equity checklist, educators learn how to manage this year’s challenges.  


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While educators may be on “summer break” for the month of the July, we have focused our Resources on tools that teachers, leaders, and districts can share with families.


Amid the stress and uncertainty of the upcoming school year, we are highlighting teachers’ successes and strategies during distance learning.


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