National Network of Partnership Schools
According to their website, Educators, researchers, parents, students, and community members are working together in the National Network of Partnership Schools (NNPS)
at Johns Hopkins University to develop and maintain effective partnership programs. Schools, districts, state departments of education, education-oriented organizations, and university partners are invited to join NNPS for technical assistance in using research-based approaches to improve policies and practices of school, family, and community partnerships.
Six Types of Parent Involvement
Dr. Joyce Epstein of Johns Hopkins University has developed a framework for defining six different types of parent involvement
. This framework assists educators in developing school and family partnership programs.
Framework for Building Partnerships Among Schools, Families and Communities
The Ohio Department of Education's website, states that the Framework for Building Partnerships Among Schools, Families and Communities
was designed to help schools develop effective and lasting relationships with families to support their children’s learning. It provides districts and schools with guidance for developing family engagement plans within their existing continuous improvement plans, which address the varied needs of Ohio’s families and their children and youth.