All Community Learning Centres have a Community Development Agent (CDA) who is a member of the school staff. They work closely with the school principal to facilitate the development of school-community partnerships. These partnerships help educators leverage community resources and integrate real-world, authentic and engaging learning opportunities for students. In turn, the schools/centres become access points for community organizations and service providers to offer programming and resources to students, their families and the English-speaking community at large. Building the collective capacity for schools to thrive in this way has a direct impact on student achievement that often results in collaborations on projects with complementary outcomes.
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