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 Article of Interest - Community Schools

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Making the Difference: Research and Practice in Community Schools
from The Institute for Educational Leadership's bi-monthly newsletter, IE Leadership Connections, Volume 1, Number 5, May/June 2003
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Over 170 voices from the Coalition for Community Schools (CCS) made it perfectly clear that community schools are a common sense response to the dual challenges of educating and developing America's youth at the release of "Making the Difference: Research and Practice in Community Schools," a report that contains evaluation findings from 20 community school initiatives and offers recommendations for creating and sustaining community schools. 

 
http://www.communityschools.org/mtdhomepage_new.html#download for the full report and executive summary. To listen to an audio tape of selected panel discussions (including the voice of a parent), go to
http://www.dfinstitute.org/webcast/iel.

 

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