Why building school-community partnerships is the way forward

Collaboration in schools is essential and a big component of learning. At the same time, when we think about collaboration, we mainly refer to student-student collaboration, teachers collaborating among themselves, or even whole school collaboration for different projects. 

That is not the end of it, not even close. In many cases, we treat schools as silos, with their own little community and culture, whereas we know well that schools are anything but that. 

Educational institutions are a part of the more extensive community and often a reflection of it. The community’s problems and its strengths are often those of the school’s as well —  not to mention that schools are affected by country, state, and local policies.  

Why building stronger school-community partnerships is worthwhile

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