CIS of Atlanta Annual Report: 2014-2015
The report highlights how we are focused on what works. The organization has more than doubled its reach and impact during the past year. Of our remarkable program results over the 2014-2015 academic year, 96 percent of students stayed in school. Our successes would not have been possible without the support from our dedicated staff, impactful community partnerships, committed volunteers, caring parents and endearing donors.
CIS of Atlanta Annual Report: 2013-2014
The report highlights student success stories and program results to show how we're changing the picture of education within our communities. Of the ninth grade students receiving CIS integrated student services at Tri-Cities High School, 97 percent were promoted to the 10th grade! Our remarkable results over the 2013-2014 academic year would not have been possible without the support from our staff, donors, partners, volunteers, parents and other stakeholders.
CIS of Atlanta Annual Report: 2012-2013
The report features student success stories, program results and a financial summary. As explained by Beth Shiroishi, President of AT&T Georgia, "CIS can put up such amazing numbers because they have a model that attracts caring, qualified professionals and allows them to do what they do best." (p.13)
CIS Research Brief: Poverty
In interviews conducted during site visits between 2011 and 2013, CIS affiliate stakeholders overwhelmingly cited poverty as the most significant problem for the communities they served. This brief takes a look at current trends in poverty; discusses why understanding poverty is important; and offers ideas on how CIS can help alleviate poverty in the United States.
The Economic Impact of Communities In Schools
In May 2012, Communities In Schools released the results of an economic impact study conducted by EMSI, one of the nation’s leading economic modeling firms. The purpose of the study was to quantify the return on investment of Communities In Schools’ 113 high school-serving affiliates in its network to taxpayers, businesses, and students. The findings included that every dollar invested in Communities In Schools creates $11.60 of economic benefit for the community.