This series of interviews will highlight 2015 Pacesetter communities that have made measurable progress and are "leading by example" in summer learning.
Third in our series: United Way of Salt Lake City. We spoke to Scott McLeod, Vice President of Collective Impact Partnerships at United Way of Salt Lake and Lisa Wisham, with Student Advocacy Services at the Utah State Board of Education.
Scott and Lisa shared how using a collective impact framework has shaped the work they are doing in Salt Lake City. They described their summer learning network and some of the key steps they used to build their partnerships. They also shared how they have used data to inform their strategy for addressing summer learning loss. LISTEN NOW!!!
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Register for the National Conference on Afterschool and Summer Learning
in Seattle, Washington, October 24 – 26, 2016 co-hosted with School’s Out Washington.