According to the Harvard School of Education’s Pathways to Prosperity Report:
Cities need to invest in building an “umbrella” infrastructure to coordinate and manage a truly comprehensive social compact. This kind of effort must be organized by a designated existing organization to coordinate the work and commit to sustained involvement.
SFSA is taking this leadership role in supporting SFUSD to create a system where one step prepares every child for the next: from pre-kindergarten through 12th grade and beyond. SFSA works with SFUSD on projects that focus on the core of what our city’s young people need, the high-quality education necessary to graduate high school and go to college or start a career, so they can earn a fair living and contribute to the future of our city.