Communities throughout Florida are collaborating to remove barriers to student success so Floridians can earn the credentials labor economists predict the future workforce will demand. These Local College Access Networks (LCANs) now support 78% of the state’s population using Collective Impact, a framework for community change. The Stanford Social Innovation Review article “Collective Impact” (2011) shared the original framework that guided cross-sector leadership groups in how to solve complex community challenges through collaboration. Experienced community change leaders saw the opportunity to build upon this framework by including additional practices important to community change.
FCAN’s Kathy McDonald, Assistant Director for Network Partnerships, is pleased to welcome:
Liz Weaver, Co-CEO, Tamarack Institute
Lisa Church, Vice President of Champions for Learning and backbone leader of LCAN Future Ready Collier
Liz Weaver will share Tamarack’s “Collective Impact 3.0,” featuring important additions that emphasize community engagement and the use of data to promote shared learning. Lisa Church will share Future Ready Collier’s experience working collectively to engage parents in student success and addressing student needs post-Hurricane Irma.
In this session you will learn:
- What is Collective Impact 3.0
- How the Collective Impact 3.0 is helping education and community leaders work collaboratively for better student results
- What Collective Impact looks like at the community level to meet complex challenges that need a collaborative approach
FCAN will also share tools and resources for working collaboratively from our growing online LCAN Learning Community.
Webinar: Better Together: How Collective Impact 3.0 Helps Communities Collaborate for Greater Student Success
Date and Time: October 23, 2018, 1-2 p.m. EST
Registration link: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8263437206924175106?source=FCAN+website