Survived another meeting that should have been an email

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I Survived Another Meeting That Should Have Been an Email: Sarcastic Black Blank Lined Journal - Funny Gift Notebook by Sassy Journal Publishing

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Published 14.07.2019

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BUT, to accomplish difficult work and change the odds for children and families, we must work together in intentional ways that require meetings. On the bright side, there is research and best practices on how we can make our own meetings, as well as the ones we attend , more effective. At UWSL, we convene a lot of meetings of various stakeholders. These collaborative groups are focused on specific outcomes for all children. For example, the Early Learning Network focuses on kindergarten readiness, because, while readiness rates are steadily improving, there is a 25 percent achievement gap between low-income students and their higher income peers. But, to achieve the goals our meetings must be results-oriented and actionable.

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