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Del Mar Union School District wanted to build learning spaces to inspire students to communicate, collaborate, and express themselves creatively and critically. After analyzing effective uses of space in other […]
In a rural, high-poverty district in Arkansas, providing health care services at school solved several problems. Health services in the region are often a half-hour ride away, forcing students to […]
Administrators at Downey USD faced a challenge: How could they create sustainable professional learning communities with 500 elementary school teachers and nearly 23,000 students? Their solution was STEAM Team, a […]
Math comprehension, literacy and integrating technology have been tough for non-English speaking students at Socorro ISD. To meet the pressing need for equitable technology access, the district created the ELL […]
At Fairfax County Public Schools, 28 percent of students are eligible for free or reduced-price meals. So district leaders wanted to develop a dynamic enterprise tool to identify students in need of […]
When Orange County Public Schools in Florida launched a 1-to-1 program five years ago, leaders knew they had to ensure teachers used the 74,000 devices to their fullest potential. The […]
Florence City Schools struggled to find leaders and retain them. Administrators knew that establishing a consistent form of strong leadership would increase student achievement and promote a cohesive culture. So […]
In 2010, the Irving ISD focused its literacy efforts on promoting summer reading. While public libraries offer resources and programming, many students lack transportation to libraries or don’t quality for […]
Playing with fire in the Lawson Early Childhood School has a whole new meaning—and it’s a good thing. In McKinney ISD in Texas, students as young as 3 are learning […]
In Germantown, approximately 1,200 of the 42,000 residents are diagnosed with an intellectual or cognitive disability. Only 220 of those 1,200 residents enjoy part-time employment and make minimum wage in […]
Many households in Hoover City Schools are “food-insecure,” which means children don’t have enough food to eat, especially on weekends. With limited resources to provide students with proper nutrition outside […]
In the small farming town of Tulare, many students and parents don’t know how to navigate the college system—which often leads to students failing to seek higher ed options. To […]
When administrators at Harrisonburg City Public Schools saw performance gaps between ELL and non-ELL students in 2012, they started a dual-language (English and Spanish) kindergarten classroom. It has since grown […]
The Creighton School District, located in a low socioeconomic community where 89 percent of its students qualify for free or reduced-price lunches, combats hunger through a newly developed Supper Nutrition […]
A high school counselor in the Amarillo ISD, of which 70 percent of the student population cannot afford to attend college, set a goal for every student in Caprock High […]
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