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A Short Guide to Practicing Culturally Responsive and Sustaining Family Engagement During Remote Learning

By Leah Q. Peoples

As the Assistant Director of Research-Practice Partnerships and Community Initiative, I am so excited to share NYU Metro Center’s latest work in research and practice! This blog post will highlight a super short exploration of culturally responsive and sustaining family engagement led by our outstanding scholars Dr. Danielle Perry and Dr. Joanna Geller. Watch the videos below to get a sense of what culturally responsive and sustaining family engagement is and one way to practice it right now.

Culturally Responsive and Sustaining Family Engagement Explained in 6 Minutes

One Way to Practice Culturally Responsive and Sustaining Family Engagement During Remote Learning

What do you think of these videos on culturally responsive and sustaining family engagement? Use the hashtag #CRSFE and tweet us at @metro_research! We’d love to hear from you. Don’t forget to download the CRSFE infographic.

We regularly engage in deep and meaningful equity-based partnerships in education. If you’re interested in a CRSFE professional development for school administrators, staff, educators, or organizations, or if you’re interested in a community forum for parents, youth, or community-based organizations, contact us at leah.peoples@nyu.edu

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Leah Q. Peoples

Assistant Director of Research-to-Practice Partnerships & Community Research

leah.peoples@nyu.edu