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Karen L. Mapp

Introduction to Family Engagement in Education

by Karen L. Mapp

Introduction to Family Engagement in Education

Karen L. Mapp

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This course focuses on the importance of cultivating strong partnerships between educators and families to improve students' academic, emotional, and social success.

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Introduction to Family Engagement in Education

by Karen L. Mapp

Introduction to Family Engagement in Education

Karen L. Mapp

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Research shows that children with supportive families do better in school. Family engagement goes beyond passive support; it is a culmination of what families do at home and within their communities. How can the partnership between home and school improve to leverage more positive outcomes for students?

Karen L. Mapp is a Senior Lecturer at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Mapp's research for the last two decades has focused on building relationships between family, community, and educators to help students achieve more in school.

Introduction to Family Engagement in Education from edX highlights the relationship between family and school successes, the benefits of increased family engagement, and research on the importance of engaging families.

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"If families see some people who look like them in leadership, they might be more likely to become engaged in school and trust that the school understands their perspective."

Nancy E. Hill, Charles Bigelow Professor, Harvard Graduate School of Education

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