In 2018, the University of Michigan’s Center for Educational Outreach, the School of Education, and the Edward Ginsberg Center formed a partnership to strengthen and streamline their K-12 services and opportunities for the U-M community as well as provide clearer direction and guidance to K-12 schools and educational partners in Michigan. Later named “RECAP” to highlight the guiding principles for K-12 partnerships, these Centers’ collaboration shows the commitment to working with our U-M colleagues, K-12 schools and students to advance student learning and partnerships through the RECAP principles.
The Center for Educational Outreach (CEO) supports and advances the U-M’s commitment to educational outreach and academic excellence by partnering with faculty, staff, and students to develop and implement programs that inform, engage, and inspire a diverse community of scholars.
The U-M School of Education is a top ranked, public school devoted to developing civically engaged learners for a diverse and inclusive society by generating, studying, and teaching strategies, practices, and tools for addressing educational problems and preparing educational influencers.
As a community engagement center, the Ginsberg Center cultivates and stewards equitable partnerships between communities and U-M in order to advance social change by creating and supporting community-university partnerships that serve schools and the communities.