Everything Starts with Equity
Fundamental to our vision is that we are committed to nothing less than closing the unacceptable achievement gaps for low-income students and children of color, and increasing the achievement for all students from prenatal to college and career.
Core Workgroups focus on creating strategies to achieve equitable outcomes in three focus areas: Prenatal to Third Grade, 4th-12th Grade, and High School to Career.
Cross-Cutting Workgroups are workgroups that act as content experts in the following fields: Data and Capacity, Equity and Inclusion, Community Engagement, and Policy and Advocacy.
Our Foundational Workgroup is Home and Family Stability. This workgroup focuses on meeting the community’s basic needs in order to prepare students for educational and career success.
Our Accountability Partners Council (APC) serves as the large convening space for all of KConnect’s network. It’s the only space where we bring ALL of the work together and make decisions collectively
Accountability Partners Council
The Accountability Partners Council (APC) meeting is a biannual convening that brings together all of KConnect’s network and the community to affirm system-level strategies. The next APC meeting is Friday, November 18, 2022.
Data Creates Impact
KConnect is data informed, meaning we track and disaggregate local metrics on our 8 Success Measures and 27 Indicators in order to determine how to optimize strategies that create the most equitable outcomes for our community. We share this data publicly on our Data Dashboard.
How We Do It:
Process and Facilitation
KConnect brings Process and Facilitation to our convenings in order to equip our partners to develop tools and strategies that address disparate outcomes. We collectively develop frameworks and partner with expert facilitators to implement them.