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Beyond the Bake Sale: A Community-Based Relational Approach to Parent Engagement in Schools


by Mark R. Warren, Soo Hong, Carolyn Heang Rubin & Phitsamay Sychitkokhong Uy - 2009


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 111 Number 9, 2009, p. 2209-2254
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 15390, Date Accessed: 4/16/2021 2:56:46 AM
 
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  • Mark Warren
    Harvard Graduate School of Education
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    MARK R. WARREN is associate professor at Harvard Graduate School of Education. He studies the role of community organizing in school reform and the relationship between community revitalization, school reform, and civic engagement more broadly. Warren is the author of Dry Bones Rattling: Community Building to Revitalize Democracy (Princeton University Press) and “Community and Schools: A New View of Urban Education Reform” (Harvard Educational Review).
  • Soo Hong
    Wellesley College
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    SOO HONG is an Assistant Professor in the Education Department at Wellesley College. Her research focuses on immigrant parent and community engagement, the role of community organizing in school reform, and the everyday experiences of immigrant families in U.S. schools. She is coeditor of Education Past and Present: Reflections on Research, Policy, and Practice (with Megin Charner-Laird and Morgaen L. Donaldson, Harvard Education Publishing Group, 2005).
  • Carolyn Rubin
    Harvard Graduate School of Education
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    CAROLYN HEANG RUBIN is a doctoral candidate at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Her research focuses on researcher biography, social justice research methodologies, and scholarly learning throughout the academic life span.
  • Phitsamay Uy
    Harvard Graduate School of Education
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    PHITSAMAY SYCHITKOKHONG UY is a doctoral candidate at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Her research focuses on the educational experiences of Southeast Asian students.
 
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