Solving Education Problems Through Collaboration
Speaking of collaboration, research continues to support a more holistic approach to solving education issues. We see more partners coming to the education table. Early education programs lead to better literacy rates in grade school. Healthy students have better attendance rates. Safe communities provide a better environment for learning. Businesses and mentors bring real-world skills and inspire career goals. Certifications and career pathways lead to post-secondary success. The bottom line: collaboration.
Many federal programs are increasingly realizing that its important to focus on all aspects of a student’s environment to improve educational outcomes. As a result, we are seeing an increase in funding for solutions that are collaborative and comprehensive. Don’t limit your search for funding to just the usual grants. Be creative with your partnerships and approaches!