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Saturday, March 24 • 11:40am - 12:40pm
Leading Change in the Community from an ISD Perspective

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As companions within the FWISD Department of Equity and Excellence, the Eastside Alliance Community Partnership, Historic Stop Six Initiative and Adult Education use a collective impact model specifically serving the historically underperforming schools in communities in the east and southeast sections of Fort Worth.  This collaborative model engages organizations from different sectors using a common agenda to strive for solutions to specific social and generational challenges impacting students’ ability to learn and succeed. By aligning those efforts with agreed-upon measures of success, these groups constantly strive toward the shared goal of supporting the success of all Fort Worth ISD students and to ensure all students are prepared for college, career, and community leadership.


Nakia Cole

Community Affairs Coordinator, Fort Worth ISD

Charles Hodges

Director, EACP, Fort Worth ISD

Zenobia Hood

Coordinator, Fort Worth ISD
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Angela Popko

Social Worker, Eastside Alliance
Angela Popko is a Master’s level social worker that works to improve student and school outcomes in several elementary schools on the eastside of Fort Worth. She specializes in teaching self-regulation and emotional wellness techniques to students in the schools. Ms. Popko provides... Read More →

Edward Spears

Director of Adult Education, Fort Worth ISD

Carlos Walker

Director, HSSI, Fort Worth ISD

Saturday March 24, 2018 11:40am - 12:40pm CDT
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