Brett Peiser (TBFEL), CEO of Uncommon Schools, discusses how Uncommon Schools prepare students for a successful path to college.
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The Broad Academy fellow Mark DiBella (TBA 2018) talks about the “secret sauce” to YES Prep having four of its eight Houston-area schools ranked among the top 20 in Texas by U.S. News and World Report.
Novel teacher training programs in The School District of Palm Beach County, led by Robert Avossa (TBA 2011) are profiled.
Former Fulton County Schools superintendent Ken Zeff (TBR 2003-2005, TBFEL) forms partnerships with local government, schools and community organizations to launch Learn4Life, a program for improving student outcomes.
Neerav Kingsland (TBR 2009-2011) discusses his personal path, career in education and how to use technology to improve student outcomes.
The Association of Latino Administrators and Superintendents names Superintendent Barbara Jenkins (TBA 2006) its Hispanic-serving school superintendent of the year.
Executive Director of IDEA Schools Larkin Tackett (TBR 2009-2011) was named to the city of Austin’s 40 Under 40 list for his work in the Youth and Education category.
Superintendent Matt Hill (TBR 2005-2007) earns high marks from the school board of the Burbank Unified School District.
Broad Academy alumna and Tulsa superintendent Deborah Gist (TBA 2008) announces a series of community conversations about breaking down longstanding racial, social and cultural barriers to student success.
Broad Academy alum Robert Avossa (TBA 2011), superintendent of the School District of Palm Beach County, discusses needs for stronger statewide strategies to attract and keep teachers in Florida.
Set to step down from the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools superintendency in June, Broad Academy alumna Ann Clark (TBA 2010) discusses her future plans and lifelong commitment to the Charlotte community.
Broad Academy alum and Denver superintendent Tom Boasberg (TBA 2009) and Broad Residency alumni Savinay Chandrasekhar (TBR 2011-2013) of Minds Matter-Denver and Lauren Trent (TBR 2014-2016) of CareerWise Colorado are among several education leaders in Colorado who are asking federal officials to keep alive the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.
Superintendent of the School District of Philadelphia William Hite (TBA 2005) discusses a new $6 million federal Promise Neighborhood grant to support comprehensive education, health, safety and family support services to children and families in the city’s Promise Zone.
Executive director of IDEA Public Schools Austin and Broad Residency alumnus Larkin Tackett (TBR 2009-2011) explains the importance of ensuring all students succeed.
Florida Superintendent of the Year Barbara Jenkins (TBA 2006) is one of four finalists for National Superintendent of the Year.