Leaders initiating this process or looking to improve in Advocacy will find this systematic approach understandable and workable for schools and communities of all sizes and locations. You will see an emphasis on collaboration, communication, trust, and accountability. A successful model for community engagement is presented, including important steps of planning (learning about expectations for this work) and reflection (involving stakeholders who can make a difference in success of the work).
Great resource for starting the work of building advocacy for students. It includes self-assessments and exercises to understand the traits of a skilled advocate for students. There are application exercises and examples of successful practices. A variety of interventions in many areas AND PowerPoint slides are available to share in Professional Training.
Manipulate the media to service the support needed for the priorities of your students, families, and community. If you use HubSpot, that's great - but these good ideas are transferable, and therefore, valuable to leaders of buildings and districts.