This week, we focused our attention on some of the ways that affiliates are making an impact in their local communities.
Introducing the 12 students we will follow throughout the school year as part of the National Storytelling Project.
We’ve reached a major milestone: The legacy CIS network is now 100% accredited, and our latest research proves that the long-term investment in quality is already paying some amazing dividends.
This week, we’re reading about the generous contributions made by community partners that help our affiliates provide critical wraparound services to students in need.
Each month in Borrowed Brains, we interview a leading expert in education, youth development or social justice. This month we spoke with Deborah Temkin at Child Trends on their recent report on the early signs of bullying.
20 Questions in 60 Seconds is our new blog series in which we interview Communities In Schools staff members. This week's guest is Gary Chapman, Executive Vice President for the National Network at the Communities In Schools National office.
This week we’re highlighting Communities In Schools’ affiliates in the news and the work they are doing to combat the effects of poverty on public school education.
Communities In Schools’ affiliates continue to implement programs that enrich the lives of our students and reduce dropout rates and that is the focus of what we're reading this week.
A student who's chronically absent in high school is 7.4 times more likely to dropout.
This week we're taking a look at global conversations on the importance of educating youth.
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