New Partnership Means Better Education for All

April 22, 2012 by  

The City of San Diego and the San Diego Unified School District have recently pledged to collaborate to improve local education, with spinoff benefits going directly to the local community. The new collaboration means that the two organizations will become active partners, resulting in more joint facilities and programs in the city. Citizens can expect to see more joint use of parks and libraries, as well as opportunities for high school internships in the public and private sectors.

Printing companies in San Diego will be part of the media campaign to advertise future joint projects, such as the construction of a new downtown library, presently underway, that has two floors dedicated to the operation of a charter school. Poster printing, stationary printing and flyer printing will be critical communication tools to inform citizens of the progress of the construction project, the location of the facilities, and contact information for the community project.

Both the city and the school board hope that this type of project will provide a greater opportunity for more students to attend school in their local neighborhood, rather than having to commute to other parts of the city. The joint venture is part of Vision 2020, a plan to improve the quality of education, access to education, and collaboration on libraries, police services, after-school programs, public transportation and high school internships.

The collaboration means that the city and the San Diego Unified School District will work together, hand in hand, for the common goal of improving education across the city.