Education Radio:Family voice and engagement in a high needs public school: Radical caring as school reform 
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Education Radio  Family voice and engagement in a high needs public school: Radical caring as school reform   
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Education Radio  Weekly Program  For non-profit use only. 
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Education Radio went to William Peck Full Service Community School to find out how they understand, and practice, what it means to be a full service community school. At Peck, located in Holyoke, one of the poorest communities in Massachusetts, we discovered a school community where discourses of caring, of relationship, and of humanness dominate - and are seen as essential to student achievement. At Peck family engagement equates to voice, decision making, and active participation in the day to day life of the school.  Paul Hyry-Demith, Megan Harding, Maria Luisa Arroyo, Gloria Aquino, Raphael Torres 
Notes: Credits:
  Education Radio Collective
Chris Herland
Barbara Madeloni
Hannah Mills
Deborah Keisch Polin
Tim Scott
Timothy Sutton
Kate Way
 
Topics
Education/Reference | Human Rights | Neoliberalism | Corporations | Privatization  
 
 
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View Script    2011-10-07  English 
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