United to Lead High School Engagement

Our signature youth leadership program attracts students who are interested in exploring issues related to educational equity and want get involved with public elementary schools. Learn as a Fellow, serve on the Teen Board or volunteer on campus.

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Network Education

United to Learn brings community partners and school leaders together to study the systemic challenges that exist within public education, while celebrating the tremendous gains within our neighborhood schools, showcasing skills and knowledge needed to address inequity in education and highlighting actionable pathways for all to contribute to our community’s collective success.

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Cultural Competency Sessions

In partnership with expert facilitators, we offer simulations and discussions rooted in cultural competency. These sessions allow participants to establish connections and gain a deeper understanding of the barriers 90% of students at our supported campuses experience.

Community Activation Groups

Through Young Professional Leaders (YPL) and the Women’s Forum groups, individuals expand their knowledgebase and become informed advocates.

EdNews

Stay up-to-date with our bi-weekly education news round-up curated just for you.

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School Partnerships

Businesses, faith-based organizations and community groups work closely with specific campuses to understand their needs and walk alongside them in the journey to grow student achievement and purposeful leaders.

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Community Activation Impact

1,750

community members trained as tutors, advocates and volunteers

19,000

volunteer hours this year

$515k

of contributed value

We are all committed to work together through United to Learn because our children’s futures are bound together. Dallas cannot succeed as a city until all children have a quality education.

-Laura Day, Executive Director,
Institute for Social Impact at
The Hockaday School

 

To learn more about how you can be a part of this work, contact our director of community activation Sarah Burr, sburr@unitedtolearn.org.