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Capacity-Building Strategies for Scaling Up and Sustaining Community School Systems

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Building Capacity to Implement Community Schools

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Written by Jane Quinn
Local News    In 1994, The Children’s Aid Society in New York City received a grant from the Carnegie Corporation of New York to launch a National Technical Assistance Center for Community Schools. Since then, the Center has assisted nearly all of the country’s major community schools initiatives, using a capacity-building approach that combines multiple, inter-related strategies. Key ingredients in our “cocktail” include:

Summertime is Youth Leadership Time in Indianapolis

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National News    Summertime means leadership development, fun and learning — if you have the good fortune to be a teenager in the near-Westside of Indianapolis, where the award winning George Washington Community High School (GWCHS) runs an innovative summer leadership program known as the Hub Club.

Balancing Fun and Academics to Stem Summer Learning-Loss

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Coalition on Working with Abusive Partners

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The Children’s Aid Society’s Family Wellness Program convened CoWAP in 2008 along with our partners from CONNECT with the goal of finding effective ways to intervene with people who abuse in intimate relationships.

P.I.C.: Thinking Systemically about Community Schools

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International Lessons on Service Integration: Scotland’s New Community Schools

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by Gordon Higgins, Lead Officer, Integrated Children’s Services, Argyll and Bute Council, Scotland

How Does West Michigan Spell Integration? KSSN

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National News    Since 2006, the National Technical Assistance Center for Community Schools (NTACCS) has provided training and technical assistance to the Kent School Services Network (KSSN) – a systemic community schools initiative in Kent County, Michigan, formed to provide students the supports and opportunities they need to help them succeed academically. KSSN is a rising star in the community schools field and is an important example of how integration and coordination at multiple levels can have a positive impact on schools and communities.

Coordination and Integration at P. S. 8, A Children’s Aid Society Community School in Washington Heights, New York City

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Community Schools Facilitate a “Soft Landing” for New Arrivals

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