Attorney General Kamala Harris issued her fourth annual statewide report on elementary school truancy and chronic absence in California, In School + On Track 2016. Drawing from four years of longitudinal data — a sample of almost half a million K-5 students Read more
Research has demonstrated the importance of building authentic partnerships between teachers and families. But how do schools implement these practices and how can school districts leverage their LCFF dollars?
Co-authored by High Expectations Parental Service and the Partnership for Children & Youth, this first chapter of “Student Supports: Getting the Most out of Your LCFF Investment” dives into the most impactful practices for family engagement and how they can help support progress on the LCFF priorities.
A paper highlighting six models of community problem solving: academically based community service, civic education, environment-based education,place-based learning, service learning, and work-based learning.
A framework presenting a holistic view of 21st Century teaching and learning that combines a discrete focus on 21st Century student outcomes (a blending of specific skills, content knowledge, expertise and literacies) with innovative support systems to help students master the multi-dimensional abilities required of them in the 21st Century and beyond.
A report providing an in-depth look into the local attendance patterns of students in Oakland, including an examination of overall attendance, differences in attendance patterns by group and grade levels, how attendance is impacting outcomes. Also an examination of strategies being employed at the district level to impact attendance.
An overview of chronic absence including definition, research findings on the impact on student achievement, and how to use this indicator and improve attendance.
A starter guide for community school staff who want to use data to tell their story and improve their community schools.
A brief summarizing the evidence of how a diverse set of community school initiatives are preparing students to learn, helping them succeed, and preparing them for future success.
An issue brief which summarizes the links between program participation at 6 community schools in Redwood City to positive student outcomes.
A case study of two community schools operated by The Children’s Aid Society in partnership with the New York City Department of Education that examines the social return on investment.
The California Community Schools Network is an initiative of the Partnership for Children & Youth and its partners.
There are no upcoming events at this time.
Do you need technical assistance with using the Network? Visit our help page for support. For support with issues, causes, etc visit the forum and start a conversation to crowd source answers.