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Students are helping younger students with tutoring in California. The challenges in Compton Unified are significant: 98 percent of the students are socioeconomically disadvantaged, 35 percent are English language learners, […]
YEP Middle College exposes middle school students to introductory college-level work. About three-quarters of Hayward USD’s students are from low-income families; 65 percent are Latino, 30 percent are English language […]
The online iSchool initiative in Anchorage, Alaska expands disadvantaged students’ access to advanced coursework and gives all learners more flexibility to sign up for electives, voc-tech classes and after-school activities. […]
Each school in California’s Los Alamitos USD used to hire education experts for teacher training on staff development days. However, teachers were not sharing their learning across grade levels or […]
The Hermosa Beach City School District shifted away from traditional academic plans to a curriculum that includes mindfulness and social-emotional learning. The MindUP program, launched in 2011, incorporates breathing exercises […]
The Chichester School District’s college acceptance rate increased 19 percent after administrators launched an initiative designed to steer economically disadvantaged students toward higher ed. In 2010, many students in the […]
It’s never too early to start STEM learning. At Barrington 220 School District, fifth-graders are tackling the subjects. “Fresh INC Marketplace” is a new innovative eight-week program that launched last […]
Rigor has provided more options for students at Commack Union Free School District. With nearly 98 percent of its graduates going on to college each year—and 80 percent earning a […]
An in-house data warehouse built in 2012 gives educators in Nevada’s large Washoe County School District quick access to the academic information they need to help each student succeed. With […]
A dog in school every day is a good thing—especially for students with special needs in New Jersey. Henry Hudson Regional School overlooks the Atlantic Ocean and serves students from […]
All students benefitted when Newport Mesa USD adjusted to a new state law that made districts solely responsible for providing mental health care and related educational services to students with […]
In 2013, Alabaster City Schools separated from Shelby County Schools to become its own district with 6,000 students—including 9 percent who need special education services, 1,000 who speak English as […]
Taylor County School District is Kentucky’s only pre-K through 12 performance-based district, with a graduation rate of 100 percent, and no dropout for the past six years. But the parents […]
In 2014-15, Pearland ISD administrators and board members raised mental health concerns after three unrelated student suicides occurred within five months in the district. Superintendent John Kelly implemented a districtwide […]
A diversifying student body convinced an urban Indianapolis-area district to turn a building that housed vocational programs into a full-service college and career readiness center. In 2010, the percentage of […]
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