Public Impact report highlights the benefits, challenges, and effective practices for building family and community support for school turnarounds.
Public Agenda report is designed to help schools leaders take a positive and proactive approach to engaging families and communities in a school turnaround process.
The Community Collaboration for School Innovation toolkit helps districts shift away from a community engagement model that centers on pushing information out, to a new community collaboration model that pulls guidance and directives from the community. The free guide includes real-world case studies from Colorado school districts, video tutorials, and templates, and aims to accelerate school improvement efforts that authentically reflect community priorities.
RFP to solicit applications to operate Renaissance schools in Philadelphia.
The semi-annual report document provides a template for School Advisory Councils (SACs) to provide feedback on restart progress.
Document is a recruitment flyer and application for membership on a Renaissance School Advisory Council (SAC).
The SAC Guidebook provides a detailed description about the role of School Advisory Councils (SACs) and detailed guidance about the organization and activities of the SAC.
This rubric is used by the Neighborhood Advisory Council (NAC) members in Tennessee to provide feedback on each operator’s Application to Match.
This is an example of a community facing message that explains the process for community to provide input into the match decision for placing a restart operator.
This presentation explains recent modifications to the community engagement strategy and approach around matching approved operators to schools in need of restart within the TN ASD.
This is the application that community members fill out in order to serve on the Neighborhood Advisory Council to the TN ASD.
This document outlines the process steps and specific application questions that a pre-approved TN ASD operator must address in order to apply to “match” with a specific restart school.
Public presentation by Philadelphia school district describes the purpose and need for restarts, process for selecting eligible schools, and role of community in the Renaissance 2013-14 process.
Presentation summarizes the recommendations of Philadelphia’s Renaissance School Advisory Board (RSAB) that provided guidance to the School District of Philadelphia on its restart process.
Document highlights the guiding principles and preliminary guiding principles for the sub-committees of Philadelphia’s Renaissance School Advisory Board (RSAB).
This report from the Philadelphia Renaissance School Advisory Board (RSAB) summarizes recommendations for the process by which the district should intervene in lowest performing schools.
The Louisiana Recovery School District (RSD) used this presentation to train “match” application reviewers for a school restart decision. It describes the overall process and includes a timeline, school descriptions, and rubric for selecting the matched restart operator.
This Louisiana Recovery School District (RSD) document provides a concise and detailed description for the visioning process at Reed High School to collect community input on the future of the school.
This summary document describes the Baton Rouge Achievement Zone Advisory Board (BRAZAB) community engagement process. The process included focus groups and community visioning meetings with stakeholders in the community to identify transformation/restart priorities for leadership, student achievement, school culture, and parent engagement.
This series of seven presentations was used to facilitate a community thought partner group in Denver.