This brief provides information on service coordination and capacity building for promise neighborhoods based on previous place based initiatives.
This plan provides guidelines for developing a strong PN implementation plan. It Includes categories with statements to assess current plans and capacity for accomplishing goals related to PN results.
This report shares strategies for sustaining postsecondary results over time for college and career success of young people living in PNs. It highlights the successful place-based efforts of Harlem Children's Zone, the Education Fund of Miami-Dade County, and the Center for Educational Partnerships...
This report provides a guide to demonstrate early learning results and identify challenges and lessons learned for three Promise Neighborhoods: Berea College, Hayward, and the Northside Achievement Zone. Focuses on the 10 results and 15 indicators, and how to target the cradle to career pipeline
This webinar shares best practices and effective strategies used by Promise Neighborhoods to promote age-appropriate functioning of young children. The purpose is to provide skills, knowledge, resources to community leaders and PNs that focus on GPRA 2.
This webinar shares best practices to promote age-appropriate functioning of young children. Aims to equip PNs and community leaders with the knowledge, tools, and resources to serve GPRA 2
This webinar highlights professional development programs in PNs to promote the academic achievement of low income children of color, focusing on black boys and men. It spotlights the Northside Achievement Zone's work and partnerships.
this webinar is a community of practice discussion for PNs on school readiness. Hosted by PNI and ZERO TO THREE.
This webinar is a spotlight on Hayward PN in building cohesive systems to coordinate services to ensure children enter kindergarten with readiness for school. It is hosted in collaboration between PNI and ZERO TO THREE.
This webinar provides best practices to improve academic proficiency rates in PN communities (GPRA 4). It asserts that academic achievement is vital to youth educational attainment and economic well-being.