Register Now for June 24 Webinar on Building School-Community Models
Last Updated: May 20, 2015
Rochester, New York, city schools and local community service groups have been at the forefront of these collaborations, as the district adds more time to the school day to give students access to enrichment activities that wealthier families take for granted. The Coalition for Community Schools, another early adopter, created a model where it's hard to tell where school leaves off and enrichment begins.
Join this webinar for tips from educators and advocates on how to build lasting school-community partnerships.
Partners in Time: Building School-Community Models
: Wednesday, June 24, 2015, 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm, EDT
Martin J. Blank
, President, Institute for Educational Leadership, and Director, Coalition for Community Schools
, Superintendent, Rochester city school district, N.Y.
Moderator: Kathryn Baron
, contributing writer, Education Week
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Related Tags: Achievement Gap
, Community Schools
, Income Related Issues
, Minority Students
, School-Community Partnerships
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