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Building a Community School           

09/03/01    The Children's Aid Society

This publication provides a detailed look at the of the Children's Aid Society (CAS) in New York City and offers suggestions for building and sustaining partnerships, planning a community school program and funding these efforts. It also situates the community schools approach in the context of 21st century realities and provides new chapters outlining the research base that supports the CAS community school model and greater detail on available funding resources.

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Desktop Reference for No Child Left Behind           

    U.S. Department of Education

This 180-page desktop reference manual to No Child Left Behind offers a program-by-program look at the major reforms under the law. For each section of the landmark law, the manual explains the purpose of the program, what's new in the law, how the program works, key requirements, how to achieve quality, how performance is measured, and key activities and responsibilities for state education departments.

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Community-Driven School Reform: Parents Making a Difference in Education           

    The Charles Steward Mott Foundation

This report illustrates community-driven reform models by describing the movements of PACT, a faith-based community organizing group, and several other success stories, each with their own method of organizing around education

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Community Schools: Promoting Student Success - A Rationale and Results Framework(Coalition for Community Schools)          337.5 KB

    Coalition for Community Schools at the Institute for Educational Leadership

The purpose of this document is twofold: First, to outline a rationale for the community school as a primary vehicle for increasing student success and strengthening families and community; and secondly, to define specific results that community schools seek—both in terms of how they function and in relationship to the well being of students, families and communities.

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Community Use of Schools: Policy Issues            

    National Clearinghouse on Educational Facilities (NCEF)

Here you will find NCEF's resource list on policy issues concerning the community use of school buildings and grounds during and after school hours, including examples of joint use agreements.

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