|When working to improve student-centered outcomes, a critical aspect of improvement is partnering
with those you seek to serve. This requires a disposition that those most affected by the system are
best placed to help design and improve it. While there is a range of roles that students and families
may choose to play, school teams should seek to create the conditions for authentic collaboration.
Intentionally building opportunities for your community to engage in co-production for equityincreases the likelihood that your school will reach its intended outcomes.
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