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  • Join a Change Action Network, a group of practitioners, school district leaders, nonprofit organization leaders and community residents working together to address priorities identified by the Leadership Council. Change Action Networks develop and execute community-level plans to resolve underlying barriers to success specific to our community indicators.
  • Serve as a community spokesperson and liaison for Learn4Life as a cradle-to-career, collective-impact model.
  • Embrace, endorse and advocate for the vision, mission and strategy of Learn4Life, with a goal of ensuring all children in Atlanta achieve their highest potential.

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Learn more about us via our news releases and coverage in the news media:

Tests show progress for Georgia students – AJC

Investing in the science of reading can end Atlanta’s illiteracy crisis and establish a national model for reform – Rebecca Parshall, Saporta Report

The Promise of standardized testing: a tool to target resources toward kids that need support – Dr. Ken Zeff, Saporta Report

Focusing on the future requires learning from the past – Dr. Ken Zeff, Saporta Report

Report: Just 30% of Metro Atlanta’s Underserved Students are Likely on Grade Level – NPR

L4L and Bright Spot OneGoal featured at ARC’s 2020 State of the Region (minute 21)

Inequality Gap Among Atlanta Students May Grow Due to COVID-19 Pandemic, Experts Say – GPB

Education Disparities and the Unequal Burden: Dr. Kenneth Zeff moderates a discussion with Taifa Butler and Jason Esteves, hosted by the National Center for Civil and Human Rights

Dr. Kenneth Zeff on WSBTV’s “The Changing Classroom” – minutes 6:20-7:50

Dr. Kenneth Zeff and Ed Chang discuss metro Atlanta’s learning loss study and school reopenings – Rose Scott, WABE

How COVID-19 is blocking the vision to help kids become better readers – AJC

Study: Up to 29,000 metro Atlanta students falling behind due to shift to online classes – Marietta Daily Journal

Impact of COVID School Closure on Metro Atlanta Student Achievement – Metro Atlanta CEO

Study: Metro Atlanta students fell behind in studies during pandemic – AJC

United Way of Greater Atlanta’s June Virtual Town Hall with L4L Executive Director, Dr. Kenneth Zeff

Projected decline in Metro Atlanta student achievement due to COVID-19 – Saporta Report

Schools, communities must ‘row in the same direction’ to see gains

Learn4Life report shows slight educational uptick in metro Atlanta

Opinion: Key regional issues await next governor’s attention – Doug Hooker featured in the AJC

Clayton County Public Schools Partners With Vision to Learn

Learn4Life Releases its Second Annual Progress Report

Peachtree Papers Fall 2017

Education Intervention – Ben Young

Collaborative effort needed to improve region’s schools and future  – Superintendents Carstarphen and Wilbanks

AJC Editorial Board: Sharing ways to improve schools

Atlanta Business Chronicle: Regional consortium Learn4Life tackles public education

Saporta Report: Community, Business and School District Leaders Join Forces to Improve Outcomes for Students

Marietta Daily Journal: Marietta, Cobb schools join new regional partnership

Four Regional Organizations join to help Regions Schools