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Aligning Networks to Enable
 Every Student to Thrive Webinar

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The Coalition for Community Schools, Strive Together and Communities in Schools National Office invite you to join us for a webinar, Aligning Networks to Enable Every Student to Thrive on December 13, 2016 from 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM EST. 

 The Coalition is joining forces with our three networks to continue to make measurable progress towards educational equity. Working together intentionally, with other partnership networks will strengthen our good work and progress in local communities.

Join us and add your voice to this discussion as we consider ways to align our assets and expertise across networks, school districts, and communities.

This work will be guided by the paper, Aligning Networks to Enable Every Student to Thrive, produced by Strive Together, Communities in Schools National Office and the Coalition for Community Schools. Registrants will receive a copy of the paper prior to the webinar.

What: Webinar Launch of Aligning Networks to Enable Every Student to Thrive
When: December 13th at 3 PM EST
Agenda: The moderated discussion will feature Gary Chapman (Executive Vice President, Communities In Schools), Martin Blank (President, Institute for Educational Leadership and Director, Coalition for Community Schools), and Jeff Edmonson (Managing Director, StriveTogether)

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