Rowland Unified School District Community Mapping & Family Literacy

The focus of our work together as parents, teachers, community members, administrators and other educational professionals is to map the literacy practices, assets and resources in the community and homes of our students and then develop community relationships and classroom practices that better support our students' learning.  We use mapping strategies and tools, taken from community organizing and ethnography, to uncover the resources in our surrounding community and the expertise in families that can be harnessed to better support students' engagement and literacy learning.

Family Literacy
District-based
California
48
Mid-size city
Urban
Birth/Toddler
PreK-2
3-5
6-8
9-12
College/University
Out-of-school
English Language Arts
Foreign Languages
Generalist
Library and Information Sciences
Mathematics
Science
Social Studies
Building administrator
Classroom teacher
College/University Faculty
Consultant
District administrator
ESL/ELL/Bilingual teacher
Instructional specialist/coach/mentor
Paraprofessional/teaching assistant
Parent/Community member
Professional Development/Curriculum coordinator
School Board member
Special Education teacher
School Profile
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District Profile
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