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Engage and collaborate with stakeholders and partners to build an understanding of the connection between the school and the community.
Schools must contend with the cultural dynamics of its internal stakeholders (e.g., students, families, teachers, etc.) in addition to external stakeholders (e.g., policymakers, business and community leaders, etc.) that impact teaching and learning.
Champion the community’s capacity to help students access resources beyond the school.
Effective leadership requires the ability to engage stakeholders effectively by building and managing relationships.
Develop easy-to-use data reports for various users of the data to interpret and consistently use it for improvements in learning outcomes; this should evaluate root causes with qualitative data measures.
One component commonly missing in workforce development training is evaluation of the program’s impact on employers, students, and the community
Identify key workforce opportunities for students in the community.
Involve students throughout the modernization planning and implementation process and create ongoing opportunities for students to present their work to the public in and out of school.
Share the school’s successes, no matter how small, through all relevant outreach channels (e.g., email, traditional and social media, daily updates, videos, etc.).
Develop and refine privacy policies and protocols that ensure student data protection and privacy.
Create a plan for business leaders and community organizations to support the school’s workforce plan.