Mississippi Association of Partners in Education #PartnershipPower
Mississippi's future relies on the success of our public schools.
Today, almost all schools, community organizations and businesses are seeking innovative, effective and sustainable ways to have a positive impact on their local education system and students. Education partnerships have been the most common vehicle for community involvement in education. Partnerships bring a multitide of positive benefits to support a united goal: To improve academic, social and postsecondary outcomes for youth.
During MAPE training sessions, presenters with extensive experience provide instruction on how to initiate successful new partnerships or strengthen established partnerships. The agenda usually includes these highlights:
What's In It for Businesses and Communities?
Highlights of Award-Winning Partnerships
Mini Boot Camp on How to Establish and/or Strengthen Partnerships
What's In It for Schools?
Who should attend?Chambers of commerce leadership and education committees, business and community leaders, community college and university and college administrators, K-12 teachers, parents, and all those interested in school-community partnerships.
2012 State Farm Partnership in Education Training Session - Former MAPE board member Jed Oppenheim moderates a panel discussion in McComb on Oct. 16.
2012 State Farm Partnership in Education Training Session - Dr. Leslie Griffin of Delta State University shares information at MAPE's regional partnership training session in Cleveland on Nov. 8.