“We talk about reading being at the heart of what we do, but learning is really at the heart of what we do,” Rogers said.
“This is why we teach the classes,” Dykstra said. “You, as parents, are the first and most important teachers in your children’s life.”
Budget issues, school choice, student demographics and teacher pay are important topics in this election.
Private sector employers and organizations stress the need for employees with higher education degrees.
Community support and parental involvement in these districts add to students’ ability to succeed.
The college preparatory middle school is gearing up to expand the KIPP model into a high school and elementary school.
“We, as women, are told repeatedly that our experiences aren’t valid, our votes don’t count and we can’t make a difference,” Horn said.
The proposed system gets rid of A-F Report Card requirements and considers success indicators like college readiness.
Students at Chickasha’s Personalized Learning Campus work at their own pace and receive instruction when they need it.
School leaders want to focus on STEM education, community service, work experience and restoring academic excellence.