How will your community mobilize for postsecondary attainment?

Posted by Equal Measure on May 14, 2019

Five Critical Questions

Across the country, communities are using cross-sector partnerships to address many persistent, historical, and systemic challenges, such as inequities in health and education outcomes.

Mobilization – energizing stakeholders to address these issues in partnership with one another – is a key factor in successfully improving community outcomes. The power of mobilization is perhaps most evident in how partners formulate and implement new policies and practices – essential elements for creating sustained and equitable systems change.

In this Q-List, Equal Measure and DVP-PRAXIS LTD present five questions that can guide you in mobilizing your community for postsecondary attainment. Equal Measure and DVP-PRAXIS LTD serve as the evaluators of Lumina Foundation’s Talent Hubs.

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