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A New 'True North': The Commit Partnership's Strategic Plan

Dallas County can be an inclusive and prosperous region where economic opportunity is shared equitably rather than predicted by race, place and socioeconomic status. We hope you’ll join us in working together [...]
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Each fall, nonprofit news organization Texas Tribune puts on TribFest, a series of discussions focused on public policy in Texas. Over the weekend, TribFest was [...]

The Dallas County Learning Community (DCLC) is a new collaboration of area public school districts highly focused on continuous improvement to help the region exceed [...]

The annual release of the Texas Education Agency’s school ratings provides an opportunity for families, school leaders, and lawmakers to reflect on which educational strategies [...]

Texas is facing a skilled workforce shortage of 1.4 million jobs across the state. Our state’s community and technical colleges are uniquely positioned to address [...]

Dr. Jeannie Stone knew she wanted to be a teacher since she was a fourth grader at Mesquite ISD. Inspired by her 10th grade English [...]

As the Development and Communications Coordinator at Bachman Lake Together, Vanessa Larez helps connect philanthropic resources with strategies to support high-quality early education in Dallas’ [...]

As Texas classrooms reopen after summer break, it’s time for a close look at how well our public schools are serving our students. Last week [...]

A recent analysis by Children at Risk found a notable lack of child care seats in many areas of Greater Dallas County. Child care is [...]

An estimated 86% of all good full-time jobs in the U.S. require a postsecondary credential. By 2030, 62% of all Texas jobs will require the [...]

The Texas Education Agency (TEA) continues to release data on student academic achievement in the previous school year, an especially important metric for gauging our [...]

Citing the benefits that high-impact tutoring has on improving student outcomes, Commit Partnership Senior Director of Academic Recovery Dr. Sharla Horton-Williams urged the Texas House [...]

Teachers are the biggest in-school factor on student achievement, but many are leaving the classroom in what’s been referred to by master educator Shareefah Mason [...]