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The collaborations are tend to be
1) sporadic because the teachers and/or collaborators do not take into consideration the entire curriculum,
2) one-sided, because the coordinators only respond to teachers’ requests, and
3) limited because teachers rarely know about the community.
・Therefore, mutual collaborations are required to achieve success.
Should sporadic, one-sided, and limited start with the capital letter?
While I don't follow every rule in the AP Stylebook, its authors do back you up on that point:
"Q: Is there a standard AP style for bulleted areas of text?
A: AP uses dashes, not bullets, for lists in news stories that follow a colon. After each dash, capitalize the first letter and use periods at the end of each section." https://www.apstylebook.com/ask_the_editor_faq
Instead of periods, it used to be semicolons up until the last line.
I seem to be in a minority here, but in my experience, English doesn't do this, whereas other European languages do. I would start each line with a capital letter and take out the commas and the "and".
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Explanation: If the list item does not begin with a proper noun, according to this site you should not use capital letters for each item.
Begin the first word in each item with a lowercased letter.