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Tuesday, October 29 • 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Powerful Partnerships: How Can Schools, Families and Communities Build Capacity for Student Success

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There are many ways to understand family engagement and partnership. How does racial equity, implicit bias, organizational culture, policies and practice affect family engagement and leadership? This interactive workshop will explore these systemic barriers, as well as identify opportunities for families, schools and community collaboration through a dual capacity framework. We will probe the 4 main concepts identified in the framework, and explore implementation through the lens of the Seattle University Youth Initiative. Participants will learn and discuss practical ways to establish and sustain authentic partnership connections, and by the end of the session, will have at least three new tips, strategies or approaches they can immediately implement in their local district, school or community organization.

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Colina Bruce

Colina Bruce leads the Seattle University Youth Initiative’s K12 team, responsible for strengthening education and support systems for 1,000 youth and their families attending Bailey Gatzert Elem, Washington Middle, Garfield HS and other neighborhood schools. Colina has a demonstrated... Read More →


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