UCLA Center for Community Schooling: “California Community Schools in Action: Exploring the Influence of Community Schools on Whole Child and Family Supports”

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Read more about the impact of these CCSPP grants, from the UCLA Center for Community Schooling here.

“In 2021, in a landmark move fueled by the efforts of advocacy and community organizing, the California Legislature ushered in a new era of educational transformation with the passage of the California Community Schools Partnership Program (CCSPP). With an allocation of $4.1 billion, this historic initiative aims to establish, strengthen and expand community schools across the state, with a focus on schools and communities with demonstrated need. This investment underscores the state’s unwavering dedication to the principles of community schools—an age-old concept that serves as a vital bridge between schools and the communities they serve. By embracing a holistic approach that prioritizes academics, health and social services, the CCSPP, as outlined in the California Community Schools Framework, seeks to reimagine and transform schools into inclusive, racially just, and relationship-centered environments that prepare all youth for positive social and emotional development, engaged citizenship, and deep learning.”

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