At Communities In Schools, we do whatever it takes to help our students and this week we’re reading about some of the ways we make that happen.
This week we’re reading stories about CIS students and how they are getting involved and giving back to their communities.
This week we’re reading about Communities In Schools’ ongoing effort to discuss the importance of the wraparound services we provide to students in need.
20 Questions in 60 Seconds is our new blog series in which we interview Communities In Schools staff members. This week's guest is Michael Huang, Director of Network Quality and Accountability at the Communities In Schools National Office.
This week we’re reading about special initiatives that are helping students see and reach their full potential.
This week we're reading several inspiring stories on how we are helping students across the country.
The 2015 Unsung Hero honorees are receiving recognition in their own hometowns.
Proof about the transforming power of relationships is the focus of this week’s What We’re Reading.
20 Questions in 60 Seconds is our new blog series in which we interview Communities In Schools staff members. This week's guest is Onita Terrell, Office Manager of Communities In Schools National Office.
Communities In Schools leaders from across the country joined national education experts, policy makers and key school district leaders in New Orleans this week for the 2015 Leadership Town Hall Conference. This extraordinary gathering focused on our organization’s efforts to change the picture of education. It’s the focus of this week’s What We’re Reading.
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