The schools come from a cross-section of city neighborhoods. On the list: three high schools, three K-5 schools, one middle school, and two K-8 schools.
City officials in charge of the initiative say the goal is to create better conditions for learning.
The findings are based on surveys and community outreach.
A spokesman for the mayor said a lesser tax would mean less pre-K and fewer community schools.
At a conference last week, Rivera detailed ways that he and Gov. Wolf’s administration are trying to advance a community schools strategy.
The city officials coordinating the effort in Philadelphia talk about last week’s national community schools conference in New Mexico and their plans.