Our county’s persistent educational equity gap is unacceptable. Marin Promise Partners invite the next Superintendent of Schools to join us in refusing to settle for a world in which a child’s educational potential is dictated by race, ethnicity, zip code or financial circumstance. Let’s unite to put educational equity at the center of the election.
This Learning Brief highlights the Partnership’s regional implementation of its unique collaborative approach to closing educational equity gaps for students and families in West Marin. This case study outlines some promising indicators of success that may spark similar action in other regions.
Marin Promise Partnership is one of 7 communities across the country that have been involved in the Strive Together Systems Transformation Systems Indicator project. Out of this work, Marin Promise Partnership created a Learning Brief on Antiracist Education that focuses on several of the Systems Indicators, especially the Culturally Responsive Curriculum indicator.
Comprehensive overview of the Partnership all on one page
Please join us in welcoming Cheramie as the Partnership’s new Operations Coordinator.
Week five’s Summit theme highlighted key systemic shifts that are being made in Policies, Practices and Power dynamics through short Partner videos.
Come learn about the County of Marin’s Board of Supervisors.
Week four of the Summit highlighted various aspects of the Partnership through short videos of Partner reflections during meetings this past year.
Week three of the Summit was all about listening to each other through podcasts.
Recent Press Mentions
08/12/2021 Marin Voice: Creating a more equitable county through education, Marin IJ
07/08/2021 Marin libraries inch toward pre-pandemic staffing, services, Marin IJ
07/07/2021 New Marin summer school tackles real-world issues, Marin IJ
05/03/2021 West Marin preschools to join Shoreline district, Marin IJ
05/01/2021 Shoreline will take over Tomales preschool, but wait on Papermill Creek, Point Reyes Light
03/13/2021 Marin Voice: If we want to help every child reach their full potential, we have work to do, Marin IJ