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A Year at Mission Hill - Chapter 1: Why We’re Here

Summary: A Year At Mission Hill is is a 10-part series, which chronicles a year in the life of one of America's most successful public schools.

The Guiding Question for Chapter 1: What characterizes a great school, and how do... Read on...

A Year at Mission Hill - Report

Summary: This report tells the story of the reach and impact of the #YearatMH campaign of 2013, during which over 50 partner organizations helped spread the 10 chapters of the "A Year at Mission Hill" film to hundreds of... Read on...

Ace Leadership

Summary: Our vision is to create a new prototype for public high schools in both New Mexico and the United States. The school and its programs, provide cutting-edge specific learning to students by highly skilled instructors.... Read on...

Adirondack Folk School

Summary: The Adirondack Folk School is the only school of its kind in the country dedicated to teaching the arts, crafts and culture of this unique Adirondack region. The Adirondack Folk School teaches the joy of learning... Read on...

Al Kennedy High School

Summary: The Al Kennedy High School, "School of Sustainability," is a public school serving 90 students in the South Lane School District of Oregon. A Kennedy education focuses on preparing students to use the skills learned at... Read on...

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American Commonwealth Partnership

Summary: The American Commonwealth Partnership (ACP) was launched at the White House on January 10th, the start of the 150th anniversary of the Morrill Act signed by President Lincoln in 1862 which began a broad process of... Read on...

American Educational Studies Association

Summary: The American Educational Studies Association (AESA) is an international learned society for students, teachers, research scholars, and administrators who are interested in the foundations of education. The role of AESA... Read on...

Antioch University

Summary: Antioch University is founded on principles of rigorous liberal arts education, innovative experiential learning and socially engaged citizenship. With 5 campuses in 4 states in the U.S., the University nurtures in... Read on...

Baltimore Algebra Project

Summary: The Baltimore Algebra Project (BAP) is a youth-led math literacy program that uses peer-to-peer tutoring and experiential pedagogy to strengthen math skills, employ youth, and develop leadership potential. The youth of... Read on...

Bankstreet College of Education

Summary: For almost 100 years, Bank Street College of Education has focused on creating and understanding environments that enable children to learn. Bankstreet aims to carry out this mission through engaging with children in... Read on...

Big Picture Schools

Summary: Big Picture Learning supports a network of over 60 schools worldwide that follow the Big Picture learning design, which is based on three foundational principles: first, that learning must be based on the interests and... Read on...

Rated: 43211 (4/5), based on 1 review Posted in ShowcaseK-12 Schools

Boston-area Youth Organizing Project

Summary: BYOP is a live community of youth, supported by adults, who are fighting for justice in the Boston area and beyond! We are involved in local, regional, and national projects for social and youth justice.We are an... Read on...

Brightworks

Summary: Brightworks is a school that reimagines K-12 education. By taking the best practices from both early childhood education and hands-on, project-based experiential learning. We strive to meet students' needs in a... Read on...

Bronx Students Release 10-Point List of Demands to Reform NY Public Ed

Summary: Dubbing themselves The Resistance, a group of Bronx students have decided to “Occupy” public education, releasing a 10 point plan for reforming New York City's public school system. Some of their demands include "a... Read on...

Casey Elementary School

Summary: The mission of Casey Elementary School is to focus on student achievement by providing a challenging and engaging curriculum for a diverse, multiculutral student body. In doing so, we will incorporate the art forms of... Read on...

Center for Civic Education

Summary: The Center for Civic Education is a nonprofit, nonpartisan educational corporation dedicated to promoting an enlightened and responsible citizenry committed to democratic principles and actively engaged in the practice... Read on...

Center for Court Innovation’s Juvenile Justice programs

Summary: Founded as a public/private partnership between the New York State Unified Court System and the Fund for the City of New York, the Center for Court Innovation helps the justice system aid victims, reduce crime,... Read on...

Center for Democracy and Citizenship

Summary: For two decades, the Center for Democracy and Citizenship has led in the field of civic engagement by using theory-based practices to make democracy a way of life. In addition to conducting ongoing research, the center... Read on...

Center for Educational Pathways

Summary: The Center for Educational Pathways is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping underserved children and their teachers build creative pathways to academic success. Our flagship programs are The Comic Book Project... Read on...

Center for Inspired Teaching

Summary: Inspired Teaching is rooted in the belief that every student possesses the ability to think critically, learn and understand information, and solve complex problems and that students should learn to spend their time in... Read on...

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