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November Effective Practices Webinar-Evidence Based Practices
Join us to learn how three organizations are doing evidence-based family engagement across the nation. We'll hear from West Ed about Academic Parent-Teacher Teams (APTT), Parent Teacher Home Visits on their model of relational home visits, and the Flamboyan Foundation on their family engagement programs in Washington, DC.

Nov 20, 2019 03:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Robert Crosby
Managing Director of DC Partnerships @Flamboyan Foundation
Robert plays a critical role in driving Flamboyan’s goal to ensure that family engagement is practiced, protected, and prioritized across Washington, DC, and serves as the leader for driving our organizational strategy of ensuring that every public school family in DC experiences effective equity-centered family engagement throughout their children’s educational experience from Pre-K through high school and beyond. He builds a cohesive strategy across all grade levels and oversees a portfolio of work focused on achieving our outcomes in DC through partnerships with public and charter schools at the district and CMO level as well as the school level, school support organizations, and community-based actors across the city.
Gina Martinez-Keddy
Executive Director @Parent Teacher Home Visits
Gina Martinez-Keddy is the executive director of Parent Teacher Home Visits (PTHV). Prior to PTHV she served as executive director, director of professional development, and consultant in the field of community organizing. She earned an MBA from UCLA, and an MA in Social and Cultural Studies in Education from UC Berkeley.
Maria Paredes
Senior Program Associate @WestEd
Maria C. Paredes leads Family and Community Engagement and the Academic Parent-Teacher Teams (APTT) at WestEd, a high-impact, family engagement model designed to strengthen parent-teacher collaboration to drive student achievement. Paredes developed APTT in 2009 in order to bridge the existing family-school communication and collaboration gap. Paredes designs and delivers family engagement professional development institutes; and administrator, teacher, and parent site-based training. She facilitates integration of family engagement high-impact practices into all areas of school improvement.