The Center for a New Washington Strives to partner with faculty and staff who are engaged in responding to community-identified priorities. The following faculty-led projects are underway in the 2013-14 academic year:
Participating Faculty: Sarah Augustine, Dr. Robert Smart., Erich Bolz
Participating Faculty: Sarah Augustine, Lindsay Boswell, Crystal Bass
- All Children Exceeding Standards (ACES)
The goal of the ACES initiative is to ensure that parent's, childcare providers, community stakeholders, and the Richland School District work together to help young children enter school with the academic and social readiness skills they need to be successful.
Participating Faculty: Robert Smart, Ph.D., Erich Bolz, Sarah Augustine
The All Children Exceeding Standards (ACES) initiative has a new name: Partners for Early Learning!
The ACES initiative has a new name, and new leadership. Partners for Early learning, a non-profit organization 501c3, is a collaborative partnership between the Richland community, parents, and the Richland School District. Although Richland School District remains a crucial partner, this community organization is working as an independent entity! Please check out PEL’s website, which features news, history, and vital resources about early learning including Karen’s corner. http://richlandearlylearning.org/news/karens-corner-birth-to-age-5.html
Imagine the Future
In the 2013-14 academic year, the Center will expand its focus on education. We will invite local and national experts to engage in hands-on round-table discussion with our local decision makers to problem-solve using the best evidence-based practices.