December 6, 2016
One of the strategies the Boston Compact uses to build cross-sector relationships and share effective practice is supporting school partnerships. These could be considered “mini-compacts,” as they bring together individual district, charter and Catholic schools to form a three-school team focused on a specific problem. In 2013, the Compact’s Steering Committee selected three high schools – New Mission (BPS), City on a Hill (charter) and Cathedral (Catholic) – to form a partnership. The schools decided to focus on how to close the gap between students with special needs and their peers in Mathematics classes.
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