Chapter 04 Released—Shares Impact of Community’s Education-Centered Collective Impact Initiative

Posted on April 10, 2019 in Press Releases

April 10, 2019

 

Dear Friends,

It is with great excitement and optimism that we provide you with the latest story in the shared work of the All Hands Raised Partnership: Chapter 04.

As Co-chairs of the Partnership Council, we see firsthand the important role that the Partnership plays—using current data to drive decisions and building and stewarding relationships that are necessary for our children, youth and families.

Chapter 04 shares the metrics we agreed to measure and reflects where as a community we have made progress and where we have not. And, it provides insights into the innovation happening with teams–representing multiple sectors and organizations–across Multnomah County to ensure we improve the educational outcomes of our children, youth and young adults, and in turn the prosperity of this community.

We encourage you to grab your favorite beverage, take a seat in your most comfortable chair and spend some time with Chapter 04. Ask yourself if you are doing all you can to contribute to the success of our kids—then share Chapter 04 with your colleagues and friends. And if reading it leaves you wanting more—we have good news, further disaggregations of all of the data on the Community-Wide Indicators can be found here.

Thank you for all you contribute to this work. On behalf of the entire Partnership Council, we are grateful.

Sincerely,

Tracy Curtis, Region President, Oregon & SW Washington, Wells Fargo
and
John Tapogna, President, ECONorthwest