Facilitating University Engagement with Schools
AbstractDuring the past decade, leaders of university engagement have strived to create reciprocal relationships between their campuses and the external partners they serve. Relying on a knowledge flow theoretical framework, this article examines the concept of university engagement in the context of school-university partnerships. Challenges and opportunities for promoting university engagement with schools are illustrated through a case study analysis. Recommendations for improving university-school partnerships are presented in the context of metropolitan universities.
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