Increasing Achievement

Featured Increasing Achievement Resources

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A Tale of Two Grantees: How NYSED and NCDPI are Using CSP Funds to Make a Difference in Their States
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A Tale of Two Grantees: How AppleTree Institute and Hiawatha Academies Are Using CSP Funds to Make a Difference in…
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Don’t Stop Improving: A Strategic Approach to School Improvement Using the Four Domains

All Increasing Achievement Resources

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Educator Diversity Matters: Strategies for Charter Leaders to Recruit, Hire, and Sustain Teachers of Color Reports29 Nov, 2022 Research shows that all students benefit from having a diverse group of teachers from a variety of backgrounds. Students experience notable educational impacts in schools where they have… Read more
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Creating Communities of Care Reports05 Oct, 2022 “Creating Communities of Care: How Charter Schools can Develop Systems that Support Student Mental Health” provides new tools to help charter schools adapt to the changing needs of their… Read more
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Still Rising: Charter School Enrollment and Student Achievement at the Metropolitan Level ReportsDavid Griffith (Fordham Institute)05 Jan, 2022 In this research report, the Fordham Institute analyzes how charter school enrollment influences broader student achievement trends in the surrounding metroplex. The analysis found that, on… Read more
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Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS) in the Classroom ReportsCenter on Positive Behavioral Interventions and Support01 Nov, 2021 This guide provides guidance to educators implementing positive behavioral interventions and supports (PBIS) —from universal supports for all students to intensive and individualized… Read more
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A Portrait of a Culturally Responsive School System PublicationThe Leadership Academy01 Jan, 2021 This publication by the Leadership Academy offers guidance on eight key areas for establishing school systems that ensure that children of every race, ethnicity, language, or other… Read more
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The Charter Connection - March 2022 Newsletters01 Mar, 2022 A Message from the U.S. Department of Education’s Charter School Programs (CSP) Program Director, Dr. Anna Hinton Every year as we approach the month of February, I inevitably find myself… Read more
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The Charter Connection - November 2021 Newsletters18 Nov, 2021   First Things First - Thank You! 2021 was full of challenges and triumphs for educators and students as many of you navigated the return to in-person school. In response, NCSRC spent 2021… Read more
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When Your Reputation Precedes You Webinar01 Feb, 2022 to 01 Feb, 2022 NCSRC hosted an interactive webinar, titled “When Your Reputation Precedes You,” to help charter school leaders identify issues regarding their school’s reputation and how failing to… Read more
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Identifying Indicators of Distress in Charter Schools: A School Leader and Board Member Master Class Learning Module Introduction As a school leader or board member, your goal is to provide students attending your charter school with a well-rounded and high-quality education while positioning your school… Read more
Bright clouds with thtIdentifying Indicators of Distress in Charter Schools: An Authorizer Master Class
Identifying Indicators of Distress in Charter Schools: An Authorizer Master Class Learning Module Introduction Charter school authorizers are committed to fostering high-quality educational opportunities for all students. To fulfill this objective, it is imperative for authorizers to… Read more