Results: Washington (4 Stories)
Digital Equity Champions for All Learners: Dedicated Digital Equity Funding Impacts Washington’s Rural School Districts
Seventy percent of Washington’s districts are categorized as rural/remote and are often less likely than their urban counterparts to raise sufficient local funding to adequately support digital teaching and learning. Rural/remote districts are also often more likely to weigh the costs of technolog...
Topic: Digital Equity
Highline Public Schools: Personalized Learning as a Pathway to Equity
Highline Public Schools, WashingtonP-12
Highline Public Schools is a richly diverse school district located just south of Seattle that serves over 20,000 students. The district’s promise to families, students, and the community is that every student is known by name, strength and need, and graduates prepared for college, career and citi...
Topic: personalized learning
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