Maps are marvelous tools. They show you where you are and tell you how to get where you want to go.
Nothing beats a map. Well maybe GPS, but even that is essentially a digital map.
So Rowland Unified School District decided to draw its own map. A metaphysical map that would mark the varied cultures and concerns of our community.
They call it community mapping. And Rowland hopes it will help schools match the needs of the community with the resources available in our neighborhoods. Call it a new partnership for these difficult times, when we all need a special synergy to provide for the education of our kids.
Read more in Rich Irwin’s story MAPPING.