Community Partnerships that Break Barriers

When it comes to equity and access in education for children today, educators, parents and local community and business leaders all play a part, particularly in lower-income, urban districts. In this panel, you will hear about innovative new ways that school leaders can partner with local businesses and community leaders to lower barriers to engagement with local schools, gain access to a wider range of resources and open new doors for students – to benefit students and the entire community.

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  1. Learn about innovative new ways school leaders can partner with local leaders to drive positive educational outcomes
  2. Learn about the mutual benefits of partnership for both schools and community leaders
  3. Learn about the most effective ways to set up partnerships with your local community and business leaders



Ardena White, Natl Dir of Strategic Accounts for the School Group, McGraw-Hill Education

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