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Community School Initiatives: State-to-State Report(Coalition for Community Schools)          462.6 KB

03/02/09    Coalition for Community Schools at the Institute for Educational Leadership

The concept of community school is growing in part because it represents a vehicle for aligning the assets of students, families, teachers, and the community around a common goal—improving the success of our young people. A national scan reveals that a growing movement of community schools serve an estimated 5.1 million children and youth.

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Community Schools Fact Sheet(Coalition for Community Schools)          93.2 KB

01/01/09    Coalition for Community Schools

Do you have questions about community schools? What they are? How they function? This list of "Frequently Asked Questions" provides answers to these and other questions. If you still have questions that weren't answered, please email us at: ccs@iel.org.

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Community Schools Across the Nation(Coalition for Community Schools)           

01/01/09    Coalition for Community Schools at the Institute for Educational Leadership

Today, there are a number of national mod­els and local initiatives that create their own flavor of community school. This brief provides an over­view of leading initiatives.

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Finding Resources to Support Mentoring Programs and Services for Youth          742.6 KB

11/03/08    The Finance Project

This brief highlights three strategies that leaders and stakeholders can use to finance and sustain mentoring programs and services for youth. These strategies include building partnerships with businesses and foundations, conducting community fundraising to generate revenue and maximizing public revenue. In addition, it provides information on 25 federal funding sources that can be used to finance and sustain these programs.

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Using CDBG to Support Community-Based Youth Programs          915.2 KB

01/01/08    The Finance Project

Community Development Block Grants (CDBG) are an important tool for helping local governments & agencies address challenges facing youth. This brief provides policymakers, stakeholders, community leaders, and program developers working in or with community-based youth programs with a basic understanding of how CDBG is structured, how community-based youth programs fit into CDBG purposes and activities, and how communities nationwide are using CDBG to support youth initiatives.

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Using CDBG to Support Community-Based Youth Programs
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