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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

Preparing Children for the Global Economy

Gurnee School District 56, IllinoisP-12

Gurnee, IL is a small suburban community nestled between Chicago and Milwaukee. Gurnee School District 56 serves three other communities in addition to Gurnee: Wadsworth, Waukegan, and Beach Park. The school district is made up of four schools: River Trail (K-8 Building), Prairie Trail (3-5 Intermed...

Topics: 1:1 Initiative, strategic planning

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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