Deborah McKoy speaks about Y-PLAN on this podcast where guests reflect on the resources and practices they have used to advance progress and change in communities around the world.
CC+S’s Deborah McKoy Featured on the Community Voices of Change Podcast
CC+S’s Jeff Vincent and Lindsay Maple quoted in CalMatters article regarding teacher housing
Schools districts in Santa Clara have started providing subsidized housing for teachers in an effort to attract more teachers and reduce turnover rates. Jeff Vincent and former teacher Lindsay Maple join in the discussion: should San Francisco pursue a similar path?
CC+S’s Jeff Vincent in dialogue concerning potential shortcomings of Prop. 51
The SF Chronicle cited CC+S Deputy Director Jeff Vincent in a discussion of how Prop. 51 school bonds could freeze out poorer districts from facilities funding.
CC+S’s Jeff Vincent quoted in LA Times in discussion of Prop. 51
The LA Times quotes CC+S Deputy Director Jeff Vincent in its assessment of why Prop. 51 has much less support than expected, according to recent polls.
Prop. 51 sparks debate about the best way to fix California schools
CC+S's Jeff Vincent is interviewed on KALW public radio regarding Prop. 51 and the need to bridge the gap in school facility funding.
New Natl. Initiative: Planning for PK-12 Infrastructure: Adequate Public School Facilities for All
This map identifies policies, practices, and tools needed to structure, manage and fund the public and private capacity for equitable and efficient public school facilities for all communities.
California Schools Magazine Quotes CC+S’s Jeff Vincent on PCB’s in schools
"Mid-century schools & the PCB threat: Chemicals found in classrooms create challenges for districts"
Y-PLAN NYC Students Committed to Brightening Broadway Strip Despite Opposition
Y-PLAN students at EBC High School for Public Service managed to secure $235,000 in funding from Councilman Reynoso's discretionary capital funds to begin restoring Broadway, a once bustling commercial strip.
Y-PLAN NYC 2016 Spring Summit Highlights
On Wednesday, May 18th, over 150 young people, educators, civic clients, and community partners came together at Brooklyn Borough Hall for the Y-PLAN NYC 2016 Spring Summit to support and listen to the students’ innovative ideas and proposals for creating a healthier, more equitable, sustainable, and joyful New York City.
CC+S’s Jeff Vincent Speaks At CA State Water Resource’s Control Board
Living Schoolyards for Stormwater Management