In an isolated area deep in the Appalachian Mountains, finding enough teachers can be a challenge, to say the least. And once teachers arrive, schools have to contend with another problem. Educators must meet annual requirements that dictate how much time they spend improving their craft – even though teachers’ colleges aren’t often nestled in such remote locations. One collective of 22 school districts in southeast Kentucky is working on a solution.
Almost five years ago, Summit Public Schools decided that scoring high on standardized tests wasn’t enough to ensure success after high school. Leaders at the California-born charter school network decided that students needed to have the skills necessary to understand how to survive in life after a teacher stopped holding their hand. A report they released Monday reveals the research behind the school model.
Intrinsic Charter School in Chicago, Illinois, is located inside a building that was recently redesigned to make use of the latest technology. A peek inside the school reveals decor with a vibrant, space-age flair. But the school’s leaders say the design of the school is about more than aesthetics.
@KarenGrossEdu@GeorgetownCEW@hechingerreport So the answer is low income kids shouldn't go there? (Yes, I've read both. Went to a book talk about Short & Tragic & that message your suggesting wasn't my takeaway. And as for Hillbilly Elegy I'd recommend reading more widely about Appalachia. I know. I'm from there.)
a "surveillance system" for the nursery. oh yes new parents everywhere want to spend their spare time with spreadsheets of meaningless infant sleep data as opposed to, idk, actually catching up on sleep. 😐😑🤔 https://t.co/7VByJqkKlN
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