Hayin Kimner, Martin Blank: Every school can, and should, be a community school

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The term ‘community school’ is being used by a variety of people to mean a range of educational arrangements. Here Klimner and Blank explain what the best and truest version of a community school should look like.

Community schools do not emerge in a single stroke, nor are they a quick fix. Rather, they develop synergistically over time as educators, families and their community work together. All schools can, and should, be community schools.

From this perspective, we offer educators, partners and family and community representatives some discussion prompts as they plan together and strengthen their community school strategy.””


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