Whether providing inspiration or research, news or data, our publications offer a wealth of information on the work that Communities in Schools does, how we do it, and evidence of how that work translates into student success.
Evaluation Ranks Communities In Schools As Most Effective Dropout Prevention Organization in America
The study shows that a higher percentage of students served by Communities In Schools reach proficiency in 4th grade and 8th grade reading and math.
(Provide links to 2010-2011 CISAZ Newsletters)
A report sponsored by Communities In Schools focuses on the connection between physical heath-based programs and academic outcomes.
The Last Dropout: Stop the Epidemic!
Written by Communities In Schools Founder Bill Milliken this book is essential for anyone who cares about the future of America and its children. Link to book.
Bill Milliken: A 50-Year Commitment to Children
Provides a brief summary of our founder's vision for helping young people achieve in school and in life.
Link to report.
Communities In Schools and the Five Basics
Developed by our founder Bill Milliken, the Five Basics are a set of essentials that every child needs and deserves. Link to report.
Communities In Schools: The Nation's Leading Dropout Prevention Organization
Defines our mission, the scope of our work, our model and our results. Link to report.
The Communities In Schools Network at a Glance
Describes how our data driven model empowers students and provides key results from the previous school year. Frames the American dropout crisis and why it matters to everyone.
Link to report.