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The K-12 Partnership Report is published 10 times a year online to provide partnership and foundation leaders with information they can use in designing strong and sustainable community/school initiatives. The newsletter provides practical and actionable information designed to help potential educational partners discover the range of opportunities to work together, and to provide them tools to build initiatives.This includes case studies showcasing various types of partnerships, how-to articles from experienced practitioners, interviews, resource reviews, and more.
Starting in the January issue, the report is expanding to serve the interests of education foundations, doubling the number of articles in the newsletter, according to publisher Brett Pawlowski. You can subscribe here.
A version of this news article first appeared in the K-12, Parents & the Public blog.