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2011-2012 Baldwin Fellows Executive Summaries

A synopsis of the 2011-2012 Baldwin Fellows reports.

The 2011-2012 Baldwin Fellows are focusing on three topics that are of strategic importance to Communities In Schools: successful practices for working with school districts; developing and maintaining effective regional affiliates; and effective development and retention of site coordinators. Recommendations from the Baldwin Fellows’ work projects will be used to inform and improve practices throughout the Communities In Schools network.
 

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