Family-school relationships Concepts and premises by Barbara Bodner-Johnson

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Chapter 1 Connecting with Families: A Nice or a Necessary Practice?. Chapter 2 From Separation to Collaboration: The Changing Paradigms of Family–School Relations. Chapter 3 Building Culturally Responsive Family–School Partnerships: Essential Beliefs, Strategies, and Skills.

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Christenson, University of Minnesota. Christenson served as a consultant to the Virginia Department of Education, Office of Student Services, Office of Special Education during family–school relationships: trust, sensitivity, and equality. Trust between the indi- Trust between the indi- viduals within the system is a core element that helps sustain healthy relationships.

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