Dante M. de Tablan
MSW, University of California at Berkeley
BA, University of California at Davis
Designing community schools as resource hubs, student mobility and family stability, epigenetics and social determinants of health, social work education and intimate partner violence, physical building conditions and educational achievement, social work profession capacity-building in the Philippines and South East Asia
Executive director of the Ben Franklin Center for Community Schools at Ben Franklin High School, providing proof of concept that community schools can help change the odds for children and families in under-resourced neighborhoods
De Tablan, D. M. (2014). Hope for a school. In Clark, E. & Hoffler, E. (Eds.), Hope matters: the power of social work, Washington, DC: NASW Press.
2015 National Community School of Excellence, Institute for Educational Leadership, Washington, D.C.