Strengthened relationships between schools, families and community organizations is what differentiates a community school from a traditional one.
The Community Development Agent (CDA) has the role of mobilizing school-community partnerships in support of student achievement & engagement as well as contributing to community vitality.
In this section, CDAs will find the necessary tools to create and sustain partnerships that contribute to the academic, social, emotional, and physical development of youth and their families.
Community Development Agents
What is a Community Development Agent (CDA)?
The official job title of a CDA varies from school board to school board and depends on the roles the CDA holds.
The PRT uses 'CDA' to identify the person whose role it is to mobilize school-community partnerships in support of student achievement/engagement and community vitality.