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2 datasets found. Showing results 1-2 of 2 with the tag "engagement"

Human Services Strategy Survey

Last updated 01/31/2018

The goals and priorities presented in the Human Services Strategy were identified through a community engagement process. Engagement included telephone, online and paper surveys, focus groups, community meetings and curbside conversations. Through the engagement process, more than 2,000 Boulder residents and 70 community organizations participated. The included datasets only include the English phone and online survey results. Due to privacy concerns with the small sample size of the Spanish language phone and online surveys, those datasets are not included.

Tags: children community engagement engagement families homeless human rights human services income mental health older adults poverty seniors strategy survey

Parent Engagement Events

Last updated 01/24/2018

This dataset contains summary information about each of the Human Services Department's parent engagement workshops provided by the Family Resource Schools (FRS) program. Data includes workshop name, date, location, attendance and language offered. The FRS program provides opportunities for parent engagement, leadership and education at five Boulder Valley School District (BVSD) elementary schools within the City of Boulder. As parent participation is critical to student academic achievement, FRS offers events on adult literacy, family health and wellness, cultural competency, computer skills and other topics. These workshops help parents or guardians support their student’s academic success and promote family stability. Offerings are based on requests from the school community, evidence-based practices for academic success and family stability and are aligned with BVSD’s strategies for parent involvement and leadership. For more information, please visit:

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