The article examines a model for transformative parent engagement in predominantly Latino and ethnically diverse school communities. A case study illustrates the initial phases of the five-level process and the challenges of actualizing the parent engagement process. The author's challenge commonly accepted boundaries of bicultural parent involvement. A case study provides a real-life example of a large urban school district that has introduced community school-based reform to create and apply the hopeful vision of what authentic and democratic parent engagement can become, and how parents can be transformative change agents for their children and their schools. The authors outline challenges and provide recommendations to operationalize transformative parent engagement in predominantly Latino communities.
Operationalizing Transformative Parent Engagement in Latino School Communities: A Case Study
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Oscar Jiménez-Castellanos, Alberto M. Ochoa, Edward M. Olivos; Operationalizing Transformative Parent Engagement in Latino School Communities: A Case Study. Journal of Latino/Latin American Studies 1 January 2016; 8 (1): 93–107. doi: https://doi.org/10.18085/1549-9502-8.1.93
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