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Wednesday, January 27, 2010
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Regional Learning Network Planning Committee

Regional Learning Network Planning CommitteeAgenda: January 27, 201010:00-10:20 Introductions10:20-11:00 Overview of the Regional Learning Network· Overarching goals1. Continue building relationships across the three cities2. Share emerging best practices (Learning Exchanges)3. Move policy at a regional level· Updates on RLN's issues1. CRSI2. Transportation·Discussion around to what extent (and do we want it to be) the RLN a "policy shaping" or action oriented group.·Set dates for Spring and Fall convenings-map out 2010's calendar11:00-12:00 Decide what areas of interest to focus on·Overview of ideas already presented in e-mail, etc for topics/areas of interest for RLN convenings1. What development looks like in older industrial cities (how we explain what this development looks like to national government officials)2. The Cuyahoga County Land Bank and Fannie Mae agreement3. Office of Urban Affairs4. Brownfields·Brainstorm about ideas that have not yet been brought up·Determine which ideas connect ? and Framing for RLN Convenings ·Determine which ideas advance do the most to advance the RLN's three overarching goals12:00-12:45 Lunch and informal networking12:45-1:45 Planning for First Convening · Format· Possible Workshops· Speakers/ Policy Targets· Learning Exchanges1:45 - 2:00 Discuss ways for the RLN to have an impact outside of the twice a year convenings and learning exchanges· Discuss ways to continue sharing ideas and news throughout the year· Discuss participation/coalition building around older industrial cities policy agenda2:00 ConclusionRegional Learning Network Planning CommitteeAgenda: January 27, 201010:00-10:20 Introductions10:20-11:00 Overview of the Regional Learning Network· Overarching goals1. Continue building relationships across the three cities2. Share emerging best practices (Learning Exchanges)3. Move policy at a regional level· Updates on RLN's issues1. CRSI2. Transportation·Discussion around to what extent (and do we want it to be) the RLN a "policy shaping" or action oriented group.·Set dates for Spring and Fall convenings-map out 2010's calendar11:00-12:00 Decide what areas of interest to focus on·Overview of ideas already presented in e-mail, etc for topics/areas of interest for RLN convenings1. What development looks like in older industrial cities (how we explain what this development looks like to national government officials)2. The Cuyahoga County Land Bank and Fannie Mae agreement3. Office of Urban Affairs4. Brownfields·Brainstorm about ideas that have not yet been brought up·Determine which ideas connect ? and Framing for RLN Convenings ·Determine which ideas advance do the most to advance the RLN's three overarching goals12:00-12:45 Lunch and informal networking12:45-1:45 Planning for First Convening · Format· Possible Workshops· Speakers/ Policy Targets· Learning Exchanges1:45 - 2:00 Discuss ways for the RLN to have an impact outside of the twice a year convenings and learning exchanges· Discuss ways to continue sharing ideas and news throughout the year· Discuss participation/coalition building around older industrial cities policy agenda2:00 Conclusion

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