We have recently updated our Video & Podcast Resources page. Come take a look – hear from Partners in their own voices, learn how Marin is bouncing back from the pandemic, and learn more about the programs and services available to students across the county.
More than 20 Marin Promise Partners and Partnership staff participated in this year’s StriveTogether Cradle to Career Convening. Every year, this event brings the power of our national Cradle to Career movement to one city for three days of connecting, learning and creating change – read more about the event and how you can get involved.
A community school is a “whole-child” approach to improve schools, provide more equitable opportunities, and prepare children for success in learning and in life. Community Schools provide the resources, opportunities, and support that make academic success possible and that create strong ties among educators, families, students, schools, and community.
Based on the work of Marin Promise Partners, the National Strive Together Cradle to Career Network has certified the county as a Systems Change community.
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The two Future Ready strategies – 9th Grade College & Career Plans and Financial Aid Form Completions – are on track to meet or exceed last year’s results. Check out this summary of their 2022-23 collaborative action work to date.
Join community partners, parents and educators to learn about how Community Schools can support and engage students, families and the whole community in achieving positive education and life outcomes across Marin.
Last year, four qualifying districts (SRCS, SUSD, SMCSD and MCOE), with support from Partnership staff, received Community Schools grants to help them implement their Community Schools plans in partnership with community-based services, families and each other.
here are some resources to learn more about the Community Schools concept and how these districts are moving forward.
Future Ready partners have been working hard throughout the pandemic adapting supports to meet student needs in ever-changing conditions. Recent data is showing the positive impact of those efforts.
Recent data and analysis illuminates the impact of affordable housing on recruitment and retention of racially diverse and younger educators, a key factor in improving student outcomes.