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Doing What Matters: The Bridges to Success Strategy for Building Community Schools          1.3 MB

01/01/04    Bridges to Success

Divided into three parts, the first covering community schools philosophy, the history of Bridges to Success, primary strategies for school community collaboration, core features of BTS, and examples of system-wide partnerships; the second covering adaptation and replication of BTS, governance, planning, staffing, and evaluation; the third covering long term sustainability and expansion.

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Achievement Plus Schools (Application for Partnership)(Achievement Plus )          52.7 KB

01/01/04    

This document provides applicant information on operating principles, space allocation, partner selection criteria, and selection process for community schools.

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Job Descriptions of Community School Coordinators (Evansville-Vanderburgh School Corporation, Evansville, IN)          167.9 KB

01/01/04    

View a sample job description for Community School Coordinators that is used by the Evansville-Vanderburgh School Corporation. Feel free to use for your own school!

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Template for a K - 8 School Improvement Plan and Rubric          506.4 KB

01/01/04    Illinois State Board of Education

This template serves as a tool for assessing the strengths and areas in need of improvement for students, faculty, and community. Also included are sections that are useful for establishing the necessary steps toward reform. P. 22.

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Boosting Student Achievement: New Research on the Power of Developmental Assets          226.2 KB

10/01/03    The Search Institute

According to new research from Search Institute, students from many different backgrounds and cultures are more likely to do well in school and have a higher GPA if they have more “developmental assets.”

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