To ensure appropriate social distancing, OSDE staff members are available by appointment only. Please reach out to any staff or department for help.

Family and Community Engagement


Contact Us

Family and Community Engagement

2500 North Lincoln Boulevard, Suite 414
Oklahoma City, OK 73105

Phone: 405-522-6225
Fax: 405-522-2269

 

The Oklahoma State Department of Education is committed to strengthening and increasing family and community engagement to support student learning. The Office of Family and Community Engagement provides guidance, resources and support for families, schools, and communities as they work together to build meaningful partnerships that promote student success. We know these partnerships ultimately lead to significant gains in student achievement.

 

Announcements

Register

Registration For The 2021 National Family And Community Engagement Conference is now open.  For more information and to register, click here.

October 2020

NEW! Family Engagement Framework

The Oklahoma Family Engagement Framework serves as a call to action, a vision for family engagement in our state. It brings research and local experience together to provide an essential support structure and an organizing tool to build upon. This framework invites families, schools, and communities to partner to support student learning. 

June 1, 2020

The successful reopening of school buildings and planning for potential short-term disruptions to instruction will require a renewed effort by our school leaders to plan and support family and community engagement. New resources are now available to help you identify key opportunities for engaging families.

New Resources: 

Engaging Families in Reopening Our Schools  

Engaging Families to Support Distance Learning 

Pathways to Engage Families and Communities

Family and Community Engagement is a shared responsibility among families, schools, and communities to build relationships that support a child’s learning and growth from birth through college and career. These four pathways will help establish strong family, school, and community partnerships.

Back to Top
Share This Page!
Last updated on December 17, 2020