Our Partnership Models
Expand What Works
While the rigor of our model is consistent, we recognize the needs of schools are unique. Through a licensed partnership, we work alongside state education agencies, school districts, and community-based organizations to take what’s already working for students in schools to the next level.
Whether the goal is to monitor student progress or more effectively coordinate community resources, Communities In Schools® (CIS®) provides the training and technical assistance needed to grow capacity and increase impact. Our licensed partnerships are self-sustaining, allowing for flexibility to expand efforts to the schools and communities that need it most.
Read a case study about how CIS successfully expanded Integrated Student Supports through a licensed partnership in West Virginia.
Unlocking Public Dollars for Local Impact
In February 2023, CIS announced an unprecedented $165 million philanthropic investment that matches public sector funds to bring CIS’ in-school, integrated student supports services to Title-I schools across the country. This fund will be available to school districts that plan to invest in implementing the CIS model of integrated student supports.
We can help!
To learn more about this public-private partnership, we ask that you answer a few questions and fill out the interest form below. One of the requirements for recipients to receive this private funding is to match it with a commitment to use school district funds that ensures this work is sustainable.
To learn more about this process, click here to contact your local affiliate listed in this directory and also fill out the form below. One of our team members will contact you.
Licensed Partnership Interest Form
To learn more about this process, contact your local affiliate listed in this directory and also fill out the form below. One of our team members will contact you.
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