PK-12 leaders value opportunities to collaborate with outside entities to improve student achievement and career-readiness. With increasing federal and state student-performance expectations for more than 1.4 million students enrolled in Texas public schools, collaborating with a public or private university, a community college, or a technical or health institute can provide important mutual benefits.
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Date of publication
Jones, Jennifer S. and Hickey, Wesley D., "Building Bridges: Opportunities Abound for P-20 Collaborations" (2016). Educational Leadership and Policy Studies Faculty Publications and Presentations. Paper 24.
Jones, J. S. & Hickey, W. D. (2016, Summer). Building bridges: Opportunities abound for P-20 collaboration. INSIGHT: Texas Association of School Administrators Professional Journal, 21-24.
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