After seven years of growth and change, the Partnership has launched its own independent nonprofit organization to manage and sustain the Backbone services that support all of the Partners’ collaborative action. Learn more about the roles of the Board, Leadership Team and Youth & Family Council.
Share these new FCC Broadband Discount Services With Your Community. $50 per month toward internet service and $100 to purchase a computer or tablet.
Join your partners, May 21, 2021 at 11:30AM for an exciting Digital Divide Event.
Introduction to the Racial Equity Self-Assessment When was it started? In October 2017, the Partnership’s Executive Committee determined that its approach to racial equity would begin with a baseline racial equity assessment of our partner organizations to drive discussion and take collective action. The Tool for Organizational Self-Assessment Related to Racial Equity, originally
Recent Press Mentions
6.6.22 Marin school district’s poor grades prompt intervention, Marin IJ
5.15.22 San Quentin site could go from guns to affordable homes, with support from state, San Francisco Chronicle
5.13.22 San Rafael names Latino community leader as citizen of year, Marin IJ
5.12.22 California set to launch hundreds of community schools with $635 million in grants, EdSource (Partners on the list of grant recipients)
12.18.21 Marin Voice: We must work to get needed resources in hands of students, Marin IJ
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