Learn more about how the West Marin Fund inspires and supports the kind of collaboration it takes to launch and operate Learning Hubs in West Marin.
Schools and Learning Hubs are working together to share student engagement information, respond quickly to individual student needs, and coordinate wraparound support.
Change seems to be the rule of the day. Read about what’s happening across the partnership this Fall.
Young Progressive Leaders Running for School Boards in Marin Call for “..a systemic unified response to educational inequity.”
Here is a list of Partner led community conversations through the end of October on returning safely to in-person instruction.
What Does an Equitable Return to In-Person Learning Look Like in Marin? Here is a summary of School Reopening Plans, Key Considerations, and Next Steps as of 10.19.20
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