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A New 'True North': The Commit Partnership's Strategic Plan

Dallas County can be an inclusive and prosperous region where economic opportunity is shared equitably rather than predicted by race, place and socioeconomic status. We hope you’ll join us in working together [...]
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Texas’ biggest public policy festival wrapped up last weekend. Thousands of engaged Texans flooded the streets for three days of panels covering federal, state and [...]

NOTE: Data provided is from the 2017-18 school year, before the policy change at Marsh occurred

Turning around a struggling school is incredibly difficult work, for administrators, educators, and- especially- every student in attendance. “I absolutely love Isaiah. I'm very happy [...]

We’re thrilled to announce that Dallas has been named the newest New Skills for Youth (NSFY) Innovation Site, thanks in large part to the work [...]

House Bill 3 injected significant funds into early literacy this session in an effort to improve Texas’ low reading proficiency rates among 3rd and 4th [...]

Per state legislation under House Bill 22, the Texas Education Agency (“TEA”) released its second set of letter grades for all public school districts and [...]

Yesterday, the family at Grand Prairie ISD, along with our family at The Commit Partnership and the educational community at large, suffered a tremendous loss [...]

After five years serving as a public school teacher in North Texas, Carlee Kumler simply couldn’t do it anymore. “It took every drop of energy [...]

"If you can't measure it, you can't improve it." It’s a phrase widely employed in the private sector but too often ignored when it comes [...]

Election day is quickly approaching in municipal and school board races across Dallas County.  If you regularly vote in these local elections, you’ve likely been [...]

For over seven years, the Commit Partnership has been dedicated to the success of every student in North Texas, especially students of color and students [...]

After serving for a year on the Texas Commission for Public School Finance, Senate Education Chair Larry Taylor (R-Friendswood) filed legislation on March 8th to [...]