Truly Comprehensive Strategies: Because sometimes we need reminding
From Putting the Pieces Together; Comprehensive School-linked Strategies. US Department of Education, 1996.
Help children, parents and families by building community resources and relationships;
Help children, parents and families solve immediate problems and develop capacity to avoid future crises;
Build collaboration among all of the community's major groups and cultures, including parents, churches, and a range of agencies and organizations in addition to schools;
Involve multiple stakeholders in all stages of program planning, design and implementation;
Communicate in languages that are accessible to all partners; and
Flow from a shared vision about improving long-term conditions for children, families and communities - not simply a goal of providing services or treating a problem.
The 7 Attributes of Highly Successful Services
KIDS Network from Lisbeth B. Schorr, COMMON PURPOSE:
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