Partnering with Families, School and Communities

Parents and educators in action

When schools and families work together to support learning, everyone benefits.

  • Student skills and attitudes improve,
  • Parents become engaged as partners in the education of their children,
  • Teacher morale and communication improve,
  • Schools improve to benefit everyone,
  • Communities grow stronger

CESDP is committed to helping school communities build a culture of positive school, family, and community partnerships where everyone works together to create better programs and opportunities for students.

Bilingual Multicultural Education:
50th Anniversary Listening Tour

For information regarding professional learning opportunities with the toolkit and/or in support of parent/community partnering, please contact:

Adrian Sandoval
Phone: (505) 891 6904