University of Pennsylvania

For The Writing Of A Book On Community Schools As An Approach To Deeper Learning And Racial Equity

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The Barbara and Edward Netter Center for Community Partnerships is the primary vehicle for advancing civic and community engagement at the University of Pennsylvania. It brings together the resources and assets of both the university and the wider community to help solve universal problems such as poverty, health inequities, environmental sustainability, and inadequate, unequal education. The Netter Center’s director, Ira Harkavy, is among the nation’s leaders in advancing ideas about the intersection of community interests and public education. This grant supports the development of a book on community schools as a strategy to foster civic engagement and deeper learning. (Substrategy: Educator Capacity)
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