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Brooklyn Laboratory Charter School: Using OER to Scale High-Quality Personalized Learning

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Brooklyn, New YorkP-12

Brooklyn Laboratory Charter School (LAB), a network of open-enrollment, college-preparatory, public charter schools in downtown Brooklyn, New York, is dedicated to serving the highest need students regardless of academic level, English language proficiency, or disability. LAB has leveraged its resou...

Topics: Openly Licensed Educational Resources, personalized learning

How Williamsfield schools decided to #GoOpen

Two students and a teacher sit at a table to collaborate.

Williamsfield Community School District, IllinoisP-12

The Williamsfield School District is a small, rural district serving approximately 300 students in one building—Pre-K through 12th grade—with fewer than 100 students attending the high school. Located in a village of 650 residents, the school is the hub of the community. Several staff and facult...

Topics: #GoOpen, Digital content, equity, Openly Licensed Educational Resources

STEM Classes and Beyond

School District of Philadelphia & Franklin Institute, PennsylvaniaP-12

The Science Leadership Academy is a partnership high school between the School District of Philadelphia and The Franklin Institute. SLA is an inquiry-driven, project-based high school focused on 21st century learning that opened its doors on September 7, 2006. SLA provides a rigorous, college-pre...

Topic: 1:1 Initiative

Focus on Deliberate Practices

FloridaP-12

R. L. Stevenson Elementary a K–6 school located in Merritt Island, Florida has a student population of nearly 500 and is part of Brevard Public Schools, a district that educates over 70,000 students in 17 different municipalities across the Florida coast. The Challenge Long before Principal M...

Topics: professional learning, strategic planning, teacher leadership

Tech Savvy and Literate Students

Highline School District, WashingtonP-12

Midway Elementary School is a K-6 school in the Highline School District. There are 18 elementary schools in the district. It has a population of 640 students with approximately 44% ELL population, 90% Free and Reduced Meal Program, 54% Latino and less than 10% white. The Challenge Being able to p...

Topics: 1:1 Initiative, accessibility, community engagement

Wanted: A Bandwidth Upgrade

South Wasco County School District, OregonP-12

South Wasco County School District is a small, rural district encompassing all 600,000 acres of southern Wasco County in Maupin, Oregon. The district is comprised of two schools that pull from many neighboring small communities, totaling around 200 students in all. Despite its small size, the distri...

Topics: Connectivity, technology infrastructure

UpGrade Assessments

Centennial, ColoradoP-12

Anastasis Academy is a small, independent pre-8th grade school in Centennial, Colorado working to become a model that will transform education. Anastasis' ambition is to apprentice children in the art of learning through inquiry, creativity, critical thinking, discernment, and wisdom. They strive to...

Topic: strategic planning

3D Printing Hand-a-thon

Lexington-Richland School District Five, South CarolinaP-12

Lexington-Richland School District Five’s CrossRoads Middle School serves sixth grade students from 10 of the district’s 12 elementary schools and specializes in the transition from elementary to the secondary learning environment. The school has received an “Excellent” absolute rating and ...

Topics: community engagement, student leadership

Internet access to low-income homes

Sunnyside Unified School District, ArizonaP-12

Sunnyside Unified School District in Tucson, Arizona, is an example of a district pursuing strategies to connect students when they are off campus. It is the 13th largest school district of the state with 19 schools. Nearly 90% of the district’s 17,265 students identify as Hispanic. Additionally, ...

Topic: Connectivity

Ensuring Home Connectivity for All

Bloomington Public Schools District 87, IllinoisP-12

Bloomington, IL’s District 87, located in the heart of the state is home to a diverse student population. With 52% white, 22% African American, 12% Hispanic, 9% multiracial, and 5% Asian, this 20-school district had a 2014-15 student population of 5,615 students. Approximately 56% of its students ...

Topics: Connectivity, equity

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