State law encourages districts to adopt plans, policies, or strategies to engage parents and families in the educational process.
Multi-Layered System of Supports (MLSS) 2019
Manual addresses requirements, recommendations, and best practices to engage parents/families in the educational process.
New Mexico Rising: An Executive Summary of New Mexico's State Plan for the Every Student Succeeds Act
Document addresses parent and family engagement plans.
New Mexico Statutes 22-5-16. Advisory school councils; creation; duties.
C. The school council shall:
- (1) work with the school principal and give advice, consistent with state and school district rules and policies, on policies relating to instructional issues and curricula and on the public school’s proposed and actual budgets;
- (2) develop creative ways to involve parents in the schools;
- (3) where appropriate, coordinate with any existing work force development boards or vocational education advisory councils to connect students and school academic programs to business resources and opportunities; and
- (4) serve as the champion for students in building community support for schools and encouraging greater community participation in the public schools.
Title I Bureau Guide 2017-2018
Guide addresses requirement of districts and schools to develop written parent and family engagement policies.