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Building Strong School-to-Community Partnerships to Support Student-Centered Learning

Event Details

June 10, 2020

Strong family-school-community partnerships are critical when transitioning to student-centered learning. The relationship between the school and the community can strengthen, support, and transform the learning process for students. Through the Future Ready Schools®(FRS) framework, specifically the community partnerships gear, schools and districts are encouraged to create formal and informal connections with families, local businesses, and organizations to advance the development of their student-centered learning initiative. It is important for schools to embrace their role as a pivotal component of the community and develop a shared vision with all stakeholders, including partners that operate outside of the school walls. During this time when student learning is remote, these relationships are even more important as students often do not have the same resources at home as they do when in school. Now is the time to revive community partnerships to play a more active role in the education of students.

In this webinar, our guests Dr. Anthony Jackson and Michael Abensour will share two perspectives on creating and participating in school-to-community partnerships for student-centered learning, specifically as they relate to providing greater access to learning resources. From developing interest to sustaining relationships, these leaders will describe what it takes to generate buy-in from educators and the community to work toward a mutual goal.

Our guests will discuss the following topics:

This webinar is a great opportunity to learn from the expertise of leaders who successfully navigate their roles to support partnerships with schools and families. Be sure to join us!

For questions about the webinar, contact Lia Dossin.