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Nov 18, 2014

Shining a light on Latino students: A shifting need

Every person has a unique story to tell: Where they came from, what obstacles they faced, and how they got to where they are today. Among the many stories, one characteristic always seems to stand out: each person either had a role model who helped shape them into who they are today or obtained an education that gave them opportunities to be who they strived to be.

  • Student Success
  • Equity and Diversity
Oct 14, 2014

Are we forgetting our boys?

I then asked him the million dollar question, “What would have made school interesting to you?” His reply was more hands-on classes and classes that fit in with what his career interests were.

  • Student Success
Oct 8, 2014

Islands of excellence in school leadership are not enough

A hallmark of effective school principals is that they find a way to prioritize instructional leadership over traditional administrative tasks. While no two schools operate exactly alike, in my experience a common trait in schools led by highly effective principals is that they empower leadership at all levels of the organization, which allows them to focus more deeply on improving student achievement.

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Jul 30, 2014

Why do we keep talking about equity?

We are determined to align our internal and external resources for greater equity. We especially want to better understand the underpinnings of racial equity.

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