Together for Tomorrow Resource Exchange

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    This document is a listing of the School Improvement Grants (SIG) Cohort One and Two Schools as approved by the U.S. Department of Education. SIG schools are included in the schools targeted under the Together for Tomorrow Initiative.

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    This document is an evaluation report for the Interfaith School Turnaround Pilot Project (now renamed Together for Tomorrow) in Orlando, Florida. The evaluation provides project results. It also includes recommendations for the future of the program in Orlando, as well as for replication and enhancement in communities throughout the United States.

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    Guidance for School Improvement Grants (SIG) programs, including access to information regarding technical assistance, grantees, data, monitoring, and school turnaround by state.
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    This guide identifies practices that can improve the performance of chronically low-performing schools— a process commonly referred to as creating "turnaround schools." The four recommendations in this guide work together to help failing schools make adequate yearly progress.
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    The goal of the School Turnaround Learning Community is to provide states and districts with easy online access to resources and to facilitate networking that will enable them to support schools more effectively. School turnaround, with its rapid pace of expected improvement, requires vigilant and proactive oversight and support from districts and states. Both research-based practices and practical examples from states, districts, and schools inventing on-the-ground solutions are available.
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    The Center for Public Education provides up-to-date research, data, and analysis on current education issues and explores ways to improve student achievement and engage public support for public schools... intended audiences include school board members and other policymakers, educators, community leaders, parents, and everyone concerned with the education of our children. The Center is an initiative of the National School Boards Association (NSBA).
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    Preventing Future High School Dropouts, An Advocacy and Action Guide for NEA State and Local Affiliates.
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    Increasing Rates of School Completion: Moving From Policy and Research to Practice, A Manual for Policymakers, Administrators, and Educators.
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    On Dec 7, 2009, CEP held a forum to discuss the five-year study of schools in restructuring under NCLB. The event included a discussion of CEP's research on schools in restructuring under NCLB in six states — California, Georgia, Maryland, Michigan, New York and Ohio — and in 23 districts and 48 schools within those states. This report summarizes the presentations and discussion at that meeting.
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