TOPIC: Community Outreach for Involvement and Support
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H.S. Adelman & L. Taylor (1997). Restructuring education support services and integrating community resources: Beyond the full service school model. School Psychology Review, 25,431-445
L. Taylor & H.S. Adelman (2000). Connecting Schools, Families and Communities. Professional School Counseling, 3(5), 298-307.
H.S. Adelman & L. Taylor (2002). Creating School and Community Partnerships for Substance Abuse Prevention Programs. Los Angeles, Ca: UCLA Center for Mental Health in Schools, Dept of Psychology
L. Taylor & H. Adelman (2003). School-community relations: Policy and practice. Ensuring Safe School Environments: Exploring Issues-Seeking Solutions ,Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers
L. Taylor & H. Adelman (2006). A Policy and Practice Framework to Guide Schools-Community Connections. Los Angeles,Ca: UCLA Center for Mental Health in Schools, Dept of Psychology
H. Adelman & L. Taylor (2006). School and Community Collaboration to Promote a Safe Learning Environment. The Journal of the National Association of the State Boards of Education
L. Taylor & H. Adelman (2006). Want to Work With Schools? What is Involved in Successful Linkages? The School Services Sourcebook: A Guide for Social Workers, Counselors, and Mental Health Professionals, Oxford University Press
H. Adelman & L. Taylor (2007). Fostering School, Family and Community Involvement. The Hamilton Fish Institute on School and Community Violence & Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory, Oxford University Press
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