Marilyn has written hundreds of articles for a variety of publications and organizations, from popular to academic audiences. Read her articles for parents, teachers, and youth mentors at Roots of Action, a website focused on growing supportive families, innovative workers, engaged citizens, and ethical leaders in the Digital Age. Read her column on adolescent development at Psychology Today, a collection of articles that intersect the fields of education, youth civic engagement, and parenting. Read her articles for educators at Edutopia, a leading education website sponsored by the George Lucus Education Foundation.
In addition to the articles above, you may also be interested in some of Marilyn's articles published elsewhere.
Enhancing Family-School Partnerships in the Digital Age -- Published by Amplify Education Inc.
How to Revitalize Your School-Parent Compact -- Published by Washington State Family and Community Engagement Trust.
YOUTH CIVIC ENGAGEMENT
Increasing Capacity to Engage Youth & Family Volunteers: Ready-Set-Go Resource Guide -- Published by GenerationOn, New York, NY, 2012, pp 5-7.
How Youth Become Passionate About Giving, published by VolunteerSpot
Prescription for Summer Doldrums? Volunteering! -- Published by BuildOn.org
Change a Child's Life: Be a Role Model -- Published in the book, Inspiring Hope: One Story at a Time.
What Dads Need to Know: Helping Kids Learn from Mistakes -- Published by FamilyMan
Ask the Expert: Help! My 15-year-old Is Wasting His Summer -- Published by Your Teen Magazine
Price-Mitchell, M. (2015). The quiet advocate behind thriving youth. Peer Bulletin (247), 22-16.
Price-Mitchell, M. (2011). Book review of "School, Family, and Community Partnerships: Preparing Educators and Improving Schools." The School Community Journal, 21(1), 171-176.
Price-Mitchell, M. (2010). Civic learning at the edge: Transformative stories of highly engaged youth, Fielding Graduate University.
Price-Mitchell, M. (2009). Boundary dynamics: Implications for building parent-school partnerships. The School Community Journal, 19(2).
From Enhancing Family-School Partnerships in the Digital Age, by Marilyn Price-Mitchell PhD. Published by Amplify Education Inc.