The Power of Collaboration

 

Here are a few of the many examples of pioneering collaborations to better serve our children. These collaborations are not connected to BYLE, but they inspire our vision that building connections among young education leaders can help fundamentally transform education.


The Triumph Collaborative

www.bpsdeltas.org

The Triumph Collaborative is a network of Boston Public Schools and community organizations who work together to expand learning time through out-of-school time programming and offer much needed services to children. With the support of the Boston Public Schools Department of Extended Learning Time, Afterschool, and Services (DELTAS), these sites coordinate the resources of large and small community organizations, universities, business, and public agencies to more effectively meet the needs of children.


The Project for School Innovation

www.psinnovation.org

The Project for School Innovation helps charter and district schools collaborate and share best practices. PSI brings together structured learning communities of principals and teachers, disseminates best practices, and acts as a convener and facilitator for district and charter schools who want to work together to improve the ways that we serve our children.


The Urban Assembly

www.urbanassembly.org

The Urban Assembly is a non-profit organization that creates and manages a community of New York City Public Schools dedicated to preparing students from under-resourced neighborhoods for success in four-year colleges. Urban Assembly Schools work with over 180 partners from the private, non-profit, higher education, and public sectors to enrich the academic experiences of their students.