Networks for School Improvement: When Schools Learn, Students Learn
Survey Says: Parents are Willing Partners on Personalized Learning, But We Must Engage Them
Fresno’s Support of Students’ College Access, From Application to Enrollment
For many school districts, the biggest challenge in getting students to college is college readiness. California’s Fresno Unified School District (FUSD), however, has been up against a unique challenge: how to support students who are college-ready in taking advantage of their postsecondary choices. Based on districtwide data reported in a…
Rising Graduation Rates in a Small Town of California
This summer, we had a chance to visit Lindsay Unified School District, in the California, where the students—almost all from low-income families and more than half English language learners—are taking ownership of their learning and seeing improvements: graduation rates are on the rise. Watch the video to learn more.
New School Year, New Learners, New Goals
Heading into a new school year, I’m feeling refreshed, energized, and excited to take on new challenges. I have many things on my mind. Who will I be teaching? What do they want to achieve? How can I support them in their learning needs? How will they surprise and energize…