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All children learn & thrive: Building First 10 Schools and Communities: Executive summary


This study aims to gather, analyze, and share information regarding First 10 Schools and Communities during this important early stage in their development in order to inform future efforts. The author conducted a national scan of communities by interviewing a range of national experts, interviewed leaders in 18 communities, and conducted site visits to 6 communities: Normal, Illinois; Multnomah County, Oregon; Omaha, Nebraska; Boston and Cambridge, Massachusetts; and San Francisco, California. Of the communities described in this study, with the exception of some of the work in Boston and Cincinnati, all the initiatives in this study were funded with public funding, as indicated in each case study. (author abstract)

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