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At-risk youth: School-community collaborations focus on improving student outcomes
M.S. Shaul. (Report to the Honorable Charles B. Rangel, House of Representatives), Washington, DC: United States General Accounting Office. ED 447239

Beyond "involvement:" Are elementary schools ready to be family-centered?
R. A. McWilliam, K.L. Maxwell & K.M. Sloper. School Psychology Review, 28(3), 378-394

Critical Issue: Constructing School Partnerships with Families and Community Groups
J.G. Caplan. (1998). Oak Brook, Illinois: North Central Regional Educational Laboratory

Empirical Research: Robert Putnam on the link between Social Capital and Education

Evaluations of community schools: findings to date
J.G. Dryfoos, (2000). Washington, DC: Coalition for Community Schools, ED450204

Full-service schools: A revolution in health and social services for children, youth, and families
J.G. Dryfoos. (1998b). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass, Inc. ED371053

Looking at School Health and School Reform Policy Through the Lens of Addressing Barriers to Learning
H. Adelman and L. Taylor

Making the Difference: Research and Practice in Community Schools

Reframing Mental Health in Schools and School Reform
H.S. Adelman and L. Taylor

Research Base for Community Schools Fact Sheet

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