New Report: Impact of Community Organizing on School Reform
Posted by on May 30, 2003
COMMUNITY ORGANIZING FOR SCHOOL REFORM
A new study from the Institute for Education and Social Policy examines the work of 66 community groups that are organizing to improve public education in low-performing schools and districts. Largely local, community-based organizations, these groups focus on engaging public school parents and low-income families, as well as students themselves, in efforts to improve their schools.
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