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The Partnership for Public Education (PPE) recently welcomed 80 faculty, staff, students, and community members to their 3rd Annual Education Partnership AcademyPartnering for Progress: Fostering Engagement and Partnership With Schools.
The half-day workshop event featured 3 panels that highlighted UD faculty engaged in partnership work in schools, resources around campus for effective partnership work, and school and district partners that shared the challenges and benefits of working with UD.
The day provided networking time and partnership planning time and attendees received resource binders to guide folks in initiating, strengthening, and sustaining partnerships with schools.
Did you miss out on the event? Contact PPE at email@example.com for resources, opportunities, and information!
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