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Teams of the IDC

 

WHO IS IN THE IDC?

The Integration Design Consortium is a collaborative learning network consisting of five organizations—FSG , Education FirstBellwether Education Partners2Revolutions, and Teachers Guild—all of whom received grants from CCNY to run two-year projects, each one geared at reducing fragmentation in education and accelerating integrated approaches to advancing equity in education. The structure of the network has been designed and managed by the Business Innovation Factory.

 

Supporting local change through community visioning and collaboration to develop integrative and innovative mindsets.

Supporting local change through community visioning and collaboration to develop integrative and innovative mindsets.

Building local community leaders' capacity to support integrative problem-solving and manage change within complex social systems.

Building local community leaders' capacity to support integrative problem-solving and manage change within complex social systems.

Creating strategies for better coordination and data sharing between the multiple public agencies serving at-risk youth.

Creating strategies for better coordination and data sharing between the multiple public agencies serving at-risk youth.

Advancing student-centered innovation by building school and district capacity in design thinking through district chapters and a national Fellowship.

Advancing student-centered innovation by building school and district capacity in design thinking through district chapters and a national Fellowship.

Integration and innovation fellowship for education leaders at the state education department, district, and school level.

Integration and innovation fellowship for education leaders at the state education department, district, and school level.

Managing the structure of the IDC to facilitate learning across the five projects and to capture and share emerging learnings and resources.

Managing the structure of the IDC to facilitate learning across the five projects and to capture and share emerging learnings and resources.


 

WHERE ARE THE TEAMS WORKING?

The five teams are working at a total of 13 sites across the country, including schools systems, state agencies, and local communities. To learn more about this initiative, connect with the IDC today!