Children's Aid's Senior Director of Capacity Building at the NCCS Published in The Magnet Compass

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As part of a series of articles featuring "exceptional, innovative researchers," the April 2012 issue of the Magnet Compass, a publication of the US Department of Education Magnet Schools Technical Assistance Center, publishes an interview with Janice Chu-Zhu, Senior Director of National Capacity Building at The Children's Aid Society National Center for Community Schools.   This issue focuses on school-community partnerships as a strategy to achieving student success.  On page 4, Chu-Zhu, whose participation in the interviews was approved by the US DOE, maps the way to long-term sustainability and success of magnet schools through school-community partnerships.  You can access the article by clicking on the link below:

 http://msapcenter.com/doc/MSAP_Magnet_Compass_Vol2_I2_4_12_2012.pdf