Striving for Student Success: A Model of Shared Accountability

"Instead of putting the entire achievement burden on schools, what would it look like to hold a whole community responsible for long-range student outcomes? How can accountability for youth development, health, and safety — as well as for academic achievement — be shared by non-profits, public non-school agencies, foundations, cities, corporations, and others?"

In a new report out by Education Sector, Striving for Student Success: A Model of Shared Accountability, authors Kelly Bathgate, Richard Lee Colvin, and Elena Silva highlight the work of the Strive Partnership, particularly in implementing and fosting a shared accountability system.

To read the Education Sector article covering the report, follow this link: Striving for Student Success

To read the full report, follow this link: Striving for Student Success

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