The outcomes of the Metropolitan Omaha Educational Consortium include the following benefits for the school districts and the college:
- Combined power as a group to communicate with the community, decision-makers, parents, and the media
- Greater efficiency in the use of educational resources
- The opportunity for university and school personnel to work together collegially in applying theory to practice and in carrying out research in school settings on relevant problems
- The chance to have master teachers and administrators from the schools teach in university classes
- Access to expertise throughout the community
- Input of school personnel into the college's professional preparation program
- Potential for enhanced field and practicum experiences for the college's students
- Ability to share knowledge regarding effective practices
- A forum for proactive responses to educational issues
The Effectiveness of the CADRE Project
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