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This year the Coalition for Community School joins with California community school leaders and advocates to convene a diverse group of stakeholders committed to better results for young people across the nation. The 2012 National Forum will engage a broad audience of policymakers, administrators and practitioners who want to learn how to put together school and community assets to support student success.Scaling up School and Community Partnerships: The Community Schools Strategy is this year’s theme. We are consciously seeking to encourage school and community leaders to develop long-term systemic approaches to community schools implementation – approaches that are consistent with our belief that community schools are fundamental to education reform.Scale up efforts are particularly important at a time when there is growing discussion about the influence of non-school factors on student achievement. The emphasis on scaling up also connects community schools to strategies such as Promise Neighborhoods, Choice Neighborhoods, P-20 initiatives, and cradle to career approaches.
The Coalition for Community Schools is an alliance of national, state and local organizations in education K-16, youth development, community planning and development, family support, health and human services, government and philanthropy as well as national, state and local community school networks.
The Coalition for Community Schools believes that strong communities require strong schools and strong schools require strong communities. We envision a future in which schools are centers of thriving communities where everyone belongs, works together, and succeeds.
Our mission is to advance opportunities for the success of children, families and communities by promoting the development of more, and more effective, community schools.
Besides the place where Tony Bennett left his heart, San Francisco stands as both a cultural and financial capitol of the world. Known for its Golden Gate Bridge, Lombard Street, Cable Cars, Alcatraz, among many other landmarks, the city continues to thrive in its hilly landscape. Once the home for millions in search of gold in the mid 1800s, now San Francisco is filled with unique architecture, a thriving tourism industry, and seven Fortune 500 companies – making it the 2nd most populated city in the US (second to New York City), the 33rd most visited city in the world, and 18th in the world’s top most productive cities.
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With so much to do everyone has their own opinion. Check out some suggestions at the following sites:
From specific restaurants to the Coit Tower check out what Time Travel has to say here: http://www.time.com/time/travel/cityguide/article/0,31489,1845230_1845056_1844992,00.html
Chinatown and Fisherman’s Wharf are some of the suggestions here:
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