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Announcing Our 2014 Scorecard

With the invaluable help of its Data Support Council, the Commit! Partnership presents its 2014 Community Achievement Scorecard. Rather than comparing one district to another or one school to another, this scorecard focuses on what is most important: our collective ability to support Dallas County’s 750,000+ students on their journey from cradle to career.
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On behalf of the Commit! Partnership, presenting partners and featured speakers, thanks to all who braved the weather on February 24th to attend the release of Dallas County’s third annual Community Achievement Scorecard. Whether you made it out to City Performance Hall or not, you can relive the event by downloading the presentation, checking out video of the various speakers or by viewing the photo gallery.

Presentation

Download the complete presentation from Dallas City Performance Hall.

Available in movie format. Feel free to ask us for the raw slides.

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Video

Check out the highlight reel or view individual speaker segments.

Highlight reel and individual speaker segments available for download and sharing.

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Pictures

Click here to see pictures from the event, you might even be in one!

View hundreds of photos from our annual scorecard release. Are you in one?

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Be A Scorecard Champion!

The data contained in the Community Achievement Scorecard has the power to inform, empower and inspire action. We hope you will use these additional tools to engage others in your organization, school and/or community.

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Memorable Quotes From Event

Behind every number is a child and that child has a story and that child has challenges and that child is obviously looking to us as the adults in our community to basically represent their best interest.
We say at the Federal Reserve ‘You earn what you learned.’ It’s almost as if you can’t afford not to go to college…
Alfreda Norman, Executive Vice President, Dallas Federal Reserve
Educating our kids brings us together like nothing else does.
Larry James, CEO, City Square
Equity for all of our children is something that our community must understand and consciously work towards.
Cynthia Yung, Executive Director, Boone Family Foundation
The Chamber, and other groups, are advocating for full-day, quality pre-K in Austin right now.
Dale Petroskey, President and CEO, Dallas Regional Chamber
Children don’t drop out of school when they are fifteen, they do so in Kindergarten and they wait ten years to make it official.
Susan Hoff, Chief Operating Officer, United Way of Metropolitan Dallas
We’re so excited to see data become a big part of this conversation. Because its important for us to know that all this work that we’re fighting so hard for and putting so much time into and working in and funding is actually having an impact.
Nicole Anderson, Executive Director, AT&T Foundation