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Schools Uniting Neighborhoods and Office of School-Community Partnerships Organizational Chart           

06/02/03    Schools Uniting Neighborhoods (SUN), Portland, OR

This is a diagram of organizational relationships among SUN leadership bodies.

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Making the Difference - Executive Summary(Bela P. Shah & Martin J. Blank)          319.6 KB

05/01/03    Coalition for Community Schools at the Institute for Educational Leadership

No school --or principal--can meet all the needs of every student. Fortunately, they don't have to. Principals from East Hartford High School (CT) and Carson High School (CA) share how building community schools has strengthened their ability to serve their students.

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Portraits of Four Schools: Meeting the Needs of Immigrant Students and Their Families          3.1 MB

01/01/03    The School of the 21st Century, Yale University

This report chronicles the experience of four schools set in urban, suburban and rural communities in meeting the needs of immigrant students and families. It provides an in-depth description of each community and school's efforts in managing the educational challenges that a burgeoning immigrant population may bring. Challenges, innovative strategies and programs, and policy issues are described in this true to life portrait of Green Bay, WI, Leadville, CO, Stamford, CT & Columbus Junction, IA.

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Using Title I to Support Out-of-School Time and Community School Initiatives          644.0 KB

01/01/03    The Finance Project

This strategy brief first presents an overview of the Title I program, emphasizing its use for extended learning through out-of-school time and Community School initiatives. It then highlights three strategies community leaders, program developers, and school officials can employ to access these funds to support out-of-school time and community school initiatives.

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Finding Funding: A Guide to Federal Sources for Out-of-School Time and Community School Initiatives          3.6 MB

01/01/03    The Finance Project

This guide identifies and summarizes over 120 federal programs that have the potential to support out-of-school and community school initiatives, provides information on the structure and amount of federal funding available from these sources, and presents strategies for maximizing federal revenues and using these revenues to create more flexible funding.

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