Offers practical and comprehensive guidance for establishing school-based and school-linked academic, health, and human services as part of a holistic way to facilitate children's learning through family advocacy. The first of six chapters explain how full-service schools work; including what they are, why they are needed, how they work, and other aspects. Chapter 2 outlines the planning and decision-making necessary. Chapters 3 and 4 discuss strategies for assessing community needs and identifying funding approaches and sources, while the last two chapters address the writing of funding proposals and evaluation plans and the means of sharing information, publicity, and training.
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