A LIVE webinar on the role of higher education in preparing graduates to work with the community schools strategy to take place on June 3rd
- Source: The Coalition for Community Schools (USA)
- June 1, 2011 Added by Фомина Елена Юрьевна Views: 2193
- Regions: World
During this interview you will learn about: why David Kirp community schools are a powerful strategy; the role of higher education in preparing graduates to work within this strategy; and his policy recommendations to support community schools.
Join us on Friday, June 3rd at 1pm (ET) for a fireside chat with David Kirp. During this interview you will learn about: Kirp’s “5 Big Ideas;” why he thinks community schools are a powerful strategy; the role of higher education in preparing graduates to work within this strategy; and his policy recommendations to support community schools–Don’t miss this opportunity to participate and ask questions!
David Kirp, Professor at the University of California- Berkley, and author of Kids First: Five Big Ideas for Transforming Children's Lives and America's Future, argues that all policies and budget decisions should be made against the Golden Rule: "Every child deserves what’s good enough for a child you love."
Through his research, Kirp has proposed policies that enrich preschools, ensure transitions to stronger elementary schools, build strong relationships with community leaders, and provide viable path to careers and college. He recognizes community schools as the vehicle in which this work can be accomplished! He writes, "When done right, the research says, community schools can make a powerful difference in the lives of children".
* Martin J. Blank, President, Institute for Educational Leadership; Director, Coalition for Community Schools
* David Kirp, Professor at the University of California, Berkley
Space is limited – please register by Thursday, June 2nd, at 5 pm ET. Share this announcement colleagues and networks!