Like others across the state, school districts serving economically struggling communities are tasked with ensuring “future readiness” among their graduates. Yet these districts must accomplish the goal not just with fewer resources, but with students who often face greater academic, social and emotional challenges.
Ed Leaders Pittsburgh brings together superintendents from some of the region’s most under-resourced districts to discuss these challenges, share strategies, and create action plans for addressing them.
The Consortium plays a unique role for this network as catalyst, broker, convener, and coach. It’s the “glue” that holds the group together, organizing and facilitating their discussions and providing them with opportunities–for partnerships, professional development, and other resources–that they couldn’t access as efficiently or effectively on their own.
Open to districts serving communities with high rates of poverty and/or large populations of students from low-income families