Statewide Perspectives on Community Schools: Part 2 – Intermediaries

Statewide Perspectives on Community Schools: Part 2 – Intermediaries

Tuesday, December 07, 2021, 2:00 - 3:30 PM

Join Maryland Philanthropy Network for the second of a three-part series on community schools. Part II will focus on Intermediaries and the role they play in facilitating the implementation of Community Schools. We will be joined by the following community school leaders:

  • Chief Tina Hike-Hubbard of Baltimore City Schools
  • Khalilah Slater Harrington, Chief Program Officer, Family League of Baltimore
  • Dr. Ingrid Williams-Horton, Director of Community Schools, Prince George’s County Public Schools

Learning objectives for the three-part series will focus on the following:

  • Community Schools: What is the community schools model? What makes them work well?
  • Process: What does it take to implement systems of community schools from start to finish? What are the differences in how community schools are structured to operate in Maryland?
  • Impact: How do community schools impact student achievement? Do community schools shift outcomes for students? What is the benefit to teachers and the community?
  • Accountability: How will new Blueprint dollars be used for community schools?
  • The Role of Philanthropy: What is the opportunity for the funding community to support and advance the community schools model?

This program is for Maryland Philanthropy Network members and invited guests only.


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