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1. Partners share their resources and expertise and work together to design neighborhood school centers and make them work.
2. Clear, mutually agreed-upon results drive the work of the neighborhood school centers. Data help partners measure progress toward results.  Agreements enable them to hold each other accountable and move beyond turf battles.
3. Neighborhood school centers are organized to support environments of life-long learning. Children, youth and adults are expected to learn at high standards and be contributing members of their community.
4. Neighborhood school centers marshal the assets of the entire community — including the people who live and work there, local organizations and businesses, and the school.
5.Neighborhood school centers know their communities. They work to develop respect and a strong, positive identity for people of diverse backgrounds and are committed to the welfare of the whole community.
6.Building on the lessons of others, each neighborhood school center defines its needs, identifies its assets and creates its own version of a neighborhood school center.