95% of 1st – 3rd grade LEP students in Rising Readers maintained or improved their literacy skills.
How San Francisco School District is Building a PreK – 3rd Grade Bridge
Published by: Evelyn & Walter Hass Jr. Fund
The Mirage: Confronting the Hard Truth About Our Quest for Teacher Development
Published by: TNTP
98% of the more than 990 students tutored by Heart Math Tutoring met program growth goals in math in 2018-19.
Since its development in 2012, 80% of Queens University’s School Executive Leadership Academy (SELA) graduates are now serving in leadership roles, including assistant principal, dean, facilitator, Governor’s Teachers’ Advisory Committee member, and Project L.I.F.T. curriculum coach.
Double the number of Charlotte’s 3rd graders reading at grade level from 40% to 80% by 2025.
The private sector is putting its money together to improve reading scores in Charlotte – Mecklenburg School District (CMS).
The initiative is called Read Charlotte. Bank of America, The Belk Foundation, CD Spangler Foundation, The Duke Endowment, Duke Energy, Foundation For The Carolinas, PNC Foundation, PwC Charitable Foundation and Wells Fargo are raising $5.5 million to double the proficiency rate.
Charlotte’s leaders have been in the habit lately of announcing audacious goals and making bold promises, and we like it.
Today, following recent vows to end veteran homelessness this year and chronic homelessness by the end of next year, comes another at least as ambitious: Double the percentage of third-graders reading on grade level to 80 percent by 2025.
Is change always about tearing down what’s wrong?
A few of years ago when I was asked that question, I immediately answered, YES. I thought that change was moving from the bad to what is right or good.