TOPIC: Collaboration - School, Community, Interagency; community schools
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Connecting Schools, Families and Communities. L. Taylor & H.S. Adelman (2000).
Professional School Counseling, 3(5), 298-307.
Creating School and Community Partnerships for Substance Abuse Prevention Programs. H.S. Adelman & L. Taylor (2002)
Los Angeles, CA: UCLA Center for Mental Health in Schools.
A Policy and Practice Framework to Guide School-Community Connections. L. Taylor & H.S. Adelman (1998).
Rural Special Education Quarterly, 17(3/4) 62-70.
Restructuring Education Support Services and Integrating Community Resources: Beyond the Full Service School Model. H.S. Adelman & L. Taylor (1997).
School Psychology Review, 25,431-445.
School-Community Relations: Policy and Practice. L. Taylor & H.S. Adelman (2003). In Fishbaugh, et al., (Eds.), Ensuring safe school environments: Exploring issues– seeking solutions. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
School and Community Collaboration to Promote a Safe Learning Environment. H.S. Adelman & L. Taylor (2006).
State Education Standard, 7(1), 38-43.
Want to Work With Schools? What is Involved in Successful Linkages? L. Taylor & H. Adelman (2006).
The School Service Sourcebook: A Guide for Social Workers, Counselors, and Mental Health Professionals, Oxford University Press.
System Reform to Address Barriers to Learning: Beyond School-Linked Services and Full Service Schools. H.S. Adelman & L. Taylor (1997).
American Journal of Orthopsychiatry,
Building Comprehensive, Multifaceted, and Integrated Approaches to Addressing Barriers to Student Learning. H.S. Adelman & L. Taylor (2002).
Childhood Education, 78(5), 261-268.
Beyond Placement in the Least Restrictive Environment : The Concept of Least Intervention Needed and the Need for Continuum of Community-school Programs/Services H.S. Adelman & L. Taylor (1998).
(Prepared for a forum sponsored by the National Association of State Director of Special Education).
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