PDK Poll Finds Public Doesn’t Support Using Taxpayer Funds For Tuition at Private, Religious Schools; Favors Diversity But Unwilling To Do Much to Achieve it
Communities In Schools CEO and President, Dale Erquiaga, shares with U.S. News & World Report the lens of adult-sized problems that keep many young people from re-engaging into school after the summer break.
Communities In Schools saw significant progress in 2015, with a focus on improving quality of service and increasing growth across the network. Read More.
Our recent impact report found that 91% of the seniors who received targeted services from CIS graduated during the 2013-2014 school year. Read More.
As communities across the country prepare for the beginning of a new school year, the stark reality is that more than 6.5 million students are likely to be absent often enough that it could have a significant impact on their academic performance. Read More.
Communities In Schools has released a new Impact Report detailing the practical, cost-effective solutions we’ve been implementing to help 1.5 million students stay in school and succeed in life. Read More.