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Watch this short video to learn more about the NYS Community Schools Technical Assistance Center at Binghamton University.

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Our mission

To support New York State judicial districts five, six, seven and eight in building upon the existing strengths of school districts to remove barriers to learning and support the whole child through technical assistance, professional development, and the creation of Communities of Practice that advance the community schools strategy using an interconnected systems framework.

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Our Primary Goals

Provide technical assistance that supports the whole child, family, and community using an interconnected systems framework.

Provide professional development that builds capacity for promoting optimal academic, mental health, and health outcomes for children and youth.

Engage people around shared interest to create opportunities for change and to act upon them.

Our Team

Tara Edmunds
Tara EdmundsDirector
Tara is the director of the TAC at Binghamton University. She has over 6 years experience working with Binghamton University Community Schools in different roles.
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University-Assisted Community Schools

Communities throughout New York State are building capacity for their community schools strategy by utilizing a University-Assisted Community Schools (UACS) approach. University-assisted community schools are places and partnerships linking the school system, key community resources, and higher education with an integrated focus on academics, support systems, and civic engagement.

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