Smart Districts

Districts are often seen as the problem, not the solution. But a high-performing, redesigned “smart district” is the only entity that can ensure both equity of opportunity and high-level achievement across all groups of students.

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Lucy Keaton

Engaged families and community members, along with culturally competent and data-savvy teachers and principals, are key goals in a district with a burgeoning English language learner population.

Jacob Mishook

A “smart education system” connects a district, its partners, and an organized community to provide all its students with a comprehensive web of supports and opportunities, in and out of school, that will ensure college success.