What We’re Reading is a weekly series that highlights recent news and research that informs Communities In Schools’ work to help students succeed.
In this week's edition of Borrowed Brains, Dan Cardinali talks with Je'Lissa Fowler, Grassroots Policy Specialist from the National Coalition for the Homeless.
How can we best support homeless children so that they succeed in school? Dan Cardinali offers his insights on the Huffington Post.
Giving thanks for site coordinators is the focus of this week’s “What We’re Reading.”
Communities In Schools publishes a letter to the editor in the New York Times explaining the success of the community schools model.
A South Central Texas teen, served by Communities In Schools of South Central Texas, has been recognized as one of Glamour Magazine's Bravest Women in the World.
Tonight at its annual Women of the Year Awards dinner, Glamour is set to announce the Girl Project, a collaboration with four nonprofits - including Communities In Schools - to raise money for girls to help them attend secondary school.
The Communities In Schools (CIS) online shop is back!
Communities In Schools (CIS), the nation's leading dropout prevention organization, appears for the first time in this year's NonProfit Times Top 100 - an annual survey of the nation's largest nonprofits.