14 community-based organizations and 100+ individuals in our community have come together to urge WCCUSD school board to enhance the use of data to improve student outcomes.
Executive Director Natalie Walchuk presented a letter to the board, co-signed by over 100 community members, from a coalition of 14 community organizations, calling for the board to provide funding in the 17-18 budget for improvements to the district’s central academic data infrastructure.
Data is one of the most powerful tools we have to inform decisions and support students. Our school leaders, families, and community need more data… Read More
Over the course of the past year, GO WCC has worked in partnership with nearly 200 families, educators, elected leaders, and community-based organizations to identify… Read More
On Thursday, August 18, alongside 90+ family members, educators, district leaders, and advocates, we came together to move forward in action and provide input on possible campaign focuses to improve outcomes for our Black youth.
Click here to view the Black Minds Matter Action Planning Kickoff presentation. … Read More
Watch this video for an inside look at our Black Minds Matter Action Planning Kickoff, which took place on August 18, 2016. … Read More
Update – our campaign kickoff took place on August 18, 2016. Click here for information and next steps that emerged from the event.
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