Tuesday, July 19, 2016

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Thursday, July 28, 2016 - 2 to 3 p.m. ET
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Diplomas Count: Finding Great Local Partnerships to Build School Community
In every district, there are schools that need community support and business and community groups that want to be more involved in education. But it can be tough to align the schools' needs with what outside organizations are able to provide.
Join us for a conversation with Feowyn MacKinnon, the principal of MC2 STEM High School in Cleveland, an innovative school that effectively turned the city into a learning campus. Entire grades are co-located in the city's science museum, a college, and even a Fortune 500 company campus. MacKinnon and teacher Forest Clayton discuss how they harness outside expertise and resources to help students succeed.
Underwriting for this webinar has been provided by the Carnegie Corporation of New York
Forest Clayton, 10th grade biology teacher, MC2 STEM High School, Cleveland, Ohio
Feowyn MacKinnon, principal, MC2 STEM High School, Cleveland, Ohio
This webinar will be moderated by Sarah D. Sparks, assistant editor, Education Week

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