By Jean Johnson with Jon Rochkind, Michael Remaley, and Jeremiah Hess

2011 Public Agenda

 

This is an article discussing the challenges persistently low achieving schools face in their efforts to communicate and engage with their communities. It provides a discussion of the issue as well as eight strategies that can help leaders build trust and promote more constructive dialogue

 

http://www.publicagenda.org/files/WHATS_TRUST_GOT_TO_DO_WITH_IT.pdf

By: Cori Brewster and Jennifer Railsback

 

An article in adLit.org

Date is unknown

 

This article examines issues of trust between the school and diverse families. It discusses trust, culture, and family involvement in detail, offers connections to relevant research, and discusses common challenges between schools and their communities. There are also some school case study profiles and tips for how to reach out to diverse families.

 

School Leadership

6A

 

http://www.adlit.org/article/21522/

By: Cori Brewster and Jennifer Railsback

An article in adLit.org

Date is unknown

 

This article examines issues of trust between the school and diverse families. It discusses trust, culture, and family involvement in detail, offers connections to relevant research, and discusses common challenges between schools and their communities. There are also some school case study profiles and tips for how to reach out to diverse families.

 

School Leadership

6A

 

http://www.adlit.org/article/21522/

Anthony S. Bryk and Barbara Schneider

March 2003 | Volume 60 | Number 6
Creating Caring Schools Pages 40-45

 

Article defines what trust is in a school setting, identifies factors that contribute to its development, and discusses the benefits of having a trusting environment in place.

6a

School Leadership

How-to article

 

http://www.ascd.org/publications/educational-leadership/mar03/vol60/num06/Trust-in-Schools@-A-Core-Resource-for-School-Reform.aspx