Date(s) - 04/23/2019
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Upcoming GLR Learning Conversation With Flint and Genesee County
Tuesday, April 23, 3 p.m. ET/12 p.m. PT
In our community, we are invested in building a culture of accountability through organizing partners for equitable contributions. Join me during the April GLR Learning Conversation to discuss how the application of Results-Based Accountability in our local collective impact initiative has structured a collaborative community of practice.
We will cover how the core components of Results-Based Accountability have enabled the Flint & Genesee Literacy Network to put the Conditions of Collective Impact into operation. I’ll also share how strategic guiding principles inform the unique role of the Literacy Network and how the By All Means initiative — developed by the Education ReDesign Lab at the Harvard Graduate School of Education — has equipped our local network with tools and protocols that help our partners move from talk to action.
During this discussion, participants will be introduced to the software tools, protocols and methodologies that support the Literacy Network’s ability to seek out, convene, align and build capacity of partners who improve the lives of individuals, children and families in Flint and Genesee County through their efforts to radically raise literacy levels.
As always, the conversation will be available to view through the GLR Learning System, the Campaign’s new online system for networked learning, improvement and impact. If you would like to join the GLR Learning System, please submit a request to join.