We believe that in order to ensure truly sustainable communities, schools and communities must learn together tosustain innovation and best practices that can make a signiﬁcant contribution locally and regionally. ere is great value in joining forces. We believe that collectively we can make a signiﬁcant contribution to sustainability by increasing the capacity of our schools and communities to work together in elegant, seamless, and sustained collabo-ration. We hope that through our work we can manifest more system change for a sustainable future by creatingstronger collaborative learning relationships between schools and communities. We seek to engage schools andcommunities to envision their desired futures and raise the current realities to meet these visions.
e Society for Organizational Learning Education Partnership is grateful to the Nathan CummingsFoundation for their generous support.
Senior esis Project at the Bronx Guild - Noel ParishSt. Augustine’s Chicken Club and Sustainability Program - Roger RepohlStates,
Stories and Sustainability - Mindy Bhuyan and Carol FitzsimmonsGreen Dean - Howard WaldmanSustainability, Immigration, and Identity - Robin Ostenfeld e Power of a Great Idea: e Wind Turbine - Matt DillerSol Education Partnership Commuity Gathering 2009 - Annalise Wagner