Community Schools. We are partnered with several districts and schools implementing the community school model. This model uses partnerships and community resources to improve student success and create stronger families and healthy communities. Our work focuses on identifying the factors that drive the successful implementation of community schools.
Power of We Consortium. We are partnered with the Power of We's Education and Youth Working Group on a project to help strategically develop the services and supports available to middle-school aged youth attending Lansing Public Schools.
MSU Migrant Student Services. Our partnership with Michigan State University's Migrant Student Services is focused on documenting and improving their CAMP Scholars initiative.
POSITIVE YOUTH DEVELOPMENT:
Community Tampa Bay Inc. (CTB). Our long-term partnership with CTB focuses on evaluating and refining Anytown(TM), a week-long residential program that empowers youth to create more just and inclusive schools and communities.
INTEGRATED HOUSING SUPPORTS:
Edgewood Village Network Center. Our partnership with the Edgewood Village Network Center is focused on documenting and improving their innovations in programming and supports to support the residents of Edgewood Village.
Learn more about these projects
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