This week we are reading about Communities In Schools’ affiliates in the news.
Communities In School introduces a new blog series titled, The CIS Experience, as part of year-long project to follow the journey of several students and their site coordinators throughout the 2015-2016 school year.
This week we’re reading news highlights featuring Communities In Schools around the country.
Each month in Borrowed Brains, we interview a leading expert in education, youth development or social justice.
This week we’re reading stories on what schools and communities are doing to address the many needs of children and the barriers to their learning.
This fall, many students will come to school hungry, homeless, ill-clothed, or lacking basic medical care. For many, these obstacles will prevent them from being able to regularly attend school.
20 Questions in 60 Seconds is our new blog series in which we interview Communities In Schools staff members. This week's guest is Patti Aldaz-Carrasco, Director of Talent Development at the Communities In Schools National office.
As millions of children head back to school, Communities In Schools Leaders are offering their thoughts about the importance of surrounding at-risk students with a community of support to help them succeed in school and life.
This week we remember two Communities In Schools alumni and Hurricane Katrina survivors who weathered the storm and rose above personal circumstances to stay on track to success.
NBC News.com highlights CIS affiliates’ school supply drives that are helping students with the cost of school supplies.
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