Shaia and Finigan-Carr Published in Phi Delta Kappan

January 30, 2018

 

"Moving from survival to fulfillment: A planning framework for community schools," written by Dr. Wendy Shaia (left), Clinical Assistant Professor and Executive Director of the Social Work Community Outreach Service at the School, and Dr. Nadine Finigan-Carr (right), Research Assistant Professor, Director, Prevention of Adolescent Risks Initiative (PARI), and Assistant Director of theRuth Young Center for Families and Children, has been published by Phi Delta Kappan.

 

Abstract:
Community schooling is an effective tool for combating the effects of poverty by integrating academic, social service, health, and economic supports for students, families, and community members. But this is complex work, requiring extraordinarily careful planning and assessment. This article suggests a planning framework that can help community schools succeed in coordinating wide-ranging program activities designed to support basic survival needs, help clients build power and self-determination, and support them in developing healthy relationships and hope for the future.

 

 

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