End-of-Year Report to Supporters | 2017
The Budd Center gives an overview of our past year's progress, including achievements in strategic initiatives, partner professional development and engagement.  

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Partner Survey Results | AY2016-17
Our TSZ Partners give their thoughts on the efficacy of The Budd Center as leader of The School Zone - as capacity builders and as a University resource. 

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Community Resource Guide | Spring 2018
The Budd Center distributes an updated guide each semester to help our TSZ partners match resources and programs in West Dallas to their client families.

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West Dallas Community Indicators Report | 2016
The Community Indicators Report includes key indicators tracking population, economics, education, health and social wellbeing in the seven census tracts comprising the 75212 zip code in West Dallas. It was prepared by SMU's Center on Research and Evaluation (CORE) and The Budd Center.

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Impact Report, Academic Year 2015-16
The Impact Report highlights The Budd Center's impact on The School Zone's partners, as well as how the activities of The School Zone partnership influence students' social, emotional and academic development.

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The School Zone Nonprofit Tactical Plan, Academic Year 2015-16
Planning Consultant: Clarkson Davis, LLC

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Graphic Recording: Parental Involvement that Matters, From Birth to Third GradePanel Discussion & Presentation by Keith Robinson, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, UT Austin
Annual Education Breakfast, hosted by The Budd Center, CitySquare & Momentous Institute
May 20, 2014
Designed by: Mary Stall

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The School Zone Progress Report on 2020 Goals
Academic Year 2013-14

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The Future of Education
Community, Nonprofit and School Data for The School Zone
Academic Year 2012-13
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This report tells the story of partnership in The School Zone. It examines the poverty West Dallas students face and its impact on their lives. It details carefully targeted interventions designed to connect schools and students with community resources that address specific needs. It lays out an achievable growth plan for every school and identifies gaps in community resources.

Mapping Low-Income African American Parents’ Roles in Their Children’s Education in a Changing Political Economy
Teachers College Record Volume 115, 100306
October 2013
Written by: Stuart Greene, University of Notre Dame

West Dallas Community Collaborative Narrative
Report on Schools, Jobs and Housing

June 2011
Written by: Dallas Faith Communities Coalition