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Look to the Communities In Schools blog for our latest news, industry research and insights, and updates on the success of our graduates and communities.

From the President: #ItOnlyTakesOne

By Dan Cardinali Nov. 25, 2015


This Thanksgiving season, we want to focus on saying thanks, rather than hearing it. We're asking everyone to publicly thank that one special adult who made a lasting difference in their lives through a hashtag campaign: #ItOnlyTakesOne.

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The Power of ONE

By Anya Alexander Nov. 18, 2015

In observation of National Homelessness and Hunger Awareness Week, the CIS Experience blog focuses on two students that overcame homelessness with the help and support of a caring adult.

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What We're Reading

By Afia Obeng Nov. 13, 2015


This week we're reading about the recent poll that shows majority of voters list public education as the big 2016 issue, but only 36 percent of voters have heard candidates talk about it on the campaign trail.

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