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Upcoming Event and Report: Schools at the Hub: Community Partnerships in the Boston Public Schools

01/17/12

The release of Schools at the Hub: Community Partnerships in the Boston Public Schools will detail results from the first-ever district-wide survey of school-community partnerships in Boston, including information from 93% of BPS principals/headmasters who identified close to 200 partner organizations working with BPS.
 
Boston Public Schools Superintendent Carol Johnson will be the featured speaker during a panel discussion on the report Feb. 2 at The Children’s Museum in Boston.  The event and report were conducted by Full-service Schools Roundtable. The event also features Marie St. Fleur, Chief of Advocacy and Strategic Investment for the City of Boston; Robert Kilkenny, Executive Director of Alliance for Inclusion and Prevention; and Arthur Unobskey, Principal at Irving Middle School.
 
Abby Weiss, from the Child and Youth Readiness Cabinet, in the Massachusetts Executive Office of Education and former Executive Director of Full-service Schools Roundtable will give a presentation from the report during the event. The report includes survey findings, pinpoints gaps, and provides recommendations to ensure school-community partnerships are strategic, aligned with student needs, integrated with district and school goals, equitably distributed across the student population, and coordinated effectively.
 
 
 

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