Partnerships for Joint Use: Expanding the Use of Public School Infrastructure to Benefit Students and Communities

Partnerships for Joint Use: Expanding the Use of Public School Infrastructure to Benefit Students and Communities  categorizes the types of joint use used by school districts in California. The report discerns the challenges and lessons in joint use partnerships and makes policy, procedural, and research recommendations to better support the joint use of public schools throughout the country. The report was produced by the Center for Cities and Schools at the University of California, Berkeley and authored by Jeffrey  M. Vincent.

You can view or download the entire report by clicking  here .

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