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Title Creating school partnerships that work : a guide for practice and research / edited by Dana M. Griggs
Published Charlotte, NC : Information Age Publishing, inc, 2020

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Description 1 online resource
Series Dimensions of leadership and institutional success : exploring connections and partnerships
Contents Creating successful school partnerships : an overview / Frances Kochan -- A case study of a school-industry partnership : findings, lessons learned, and suggestions for practice / Dana M Griggs -- Partnerships in practice : developing a positive school culture toward Title I school success / Marco A. Nava and Imelda L. Nava -- Key elements of a successful higher education and elementary partnership (HEEP) / Anita Walker, Tonya Conner, and Micah Pelham -- Collaborating on problems of practice : a university/district partnership model / Erin Anderson and Susan Korach -- Collaborating to make a difference : a middle school and college of education partnership / Andrea M. Kent and Joel Lewis Billingsley -- Learn, serve, and lead : examining a model for strengthening community partnerships and student leadership through a service-learning internship / Haley W Sigler and Eric D. Moffa -- Preparing school leaders to meet the needs of alternative certification teachers through a collaborative partnership / Christopher M. Parfitt and Amanda L. Rose -- Distant neighbors : building a P-20 community of practice / Robert Feirsen and Van Vlerah -- O grows and the contextual and interactive model of community-university collaborations : a (re)incarnated story / Sean A. Forbes and Carey E. Andrzejewski -- Creating and fostering effective school partnerships : a content analysis / Dana Griggs and Frances Kochan
Summary "This is a unique book. If you care about schools and schooling the the way in which partnerships may help to strengthen and improve them and the institutions that partner with them, you shour read it! School partnerships have a long history in the United States. The inception of public schooling was a type of partnership with the community. The concept of local school boards and local control was integral to the establishment of schools and the idea that public education was a public good has deep roots in the country. Partnerships denote relationships which are mutually beneficial to the parties involved and which result in joint benefits for those who create and engage in them. The partnerships presented in this book provide ample evidence of the value and benefits of these arrangements. The book contains stories and research about school partnerships from a variety of groups and perspectives, which are focused upon multiple issues within educational institutions and communities within the United States. The final chapter, presents an analysis across all the partnerships to identify the elements that fostered and hindered their success and the primary lessons learned. This analysis should provide meaningful information for those engaged in developing and operating similar partnerships or those involved in conducting research on or about them. Although the cases presented in this book occur within the United States, the findings may also have relevance for similar initiatives in other countries"-- Provided by publisher
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Subject Community and school -- United States.
Education, Cooperative -- United States
College-school cooperation -- United States
Public-private sector cooperation.
College-school cooperation
Community and school
Education, Cooperative
Public-private sector cooperation
United States
Form Electronic book
Author Griggs, Dana M., editor
ISBN 1648021212
9781648021213