This is a critical time for all of California’s education communities, particularly those with underserved student populations. The professionals already working in our public school system are the ones most capable of improving outcomes for each student.
Stanford-Sequoia K-12 Research Collaborative
Improving a range of student outcomes for English learners and increasing access and equity for marginalized groups of students.
Math in Common
Supporting one another in the transition to the Common Core State Standards for Math in grades K-8.
CA Language & Learning Innovation Collaborations (CALLI)
Participating districts will focus on deepening their learning and improving student outcomes in one of our three focal areas: High School Math, Academic Language and Early Literacy, and spreading best practices in continuous improvement across their districts.
On Track for Improvement: A Small District’s Big Commitment Ed Partners had the honor of co-presenting with On Track Collaboration member Hilmar Unified at the CSBA Annual conference last week. The focus of the session was Hilmar’s journey using continuous improvement tools, processes, and structures to “rewire“ the system with the goal of achieving improved results […]Read more
Bring Preschool to Third Grade Coherence to Your District Beginning in May 2023 we will start a new network focused on improving preschool to third grade coherence in the service of students. To learn more about how your district can join us, click the link below or email our Director of Program Sustainability & Growth, […]Read more
Fall Convenings Focus on Hardwiring Change for Students During the second half of September more than 25 districts came together in Burbank to kick off their On Track work for the 22-23 school year. While the experience of districts ranged from teams in their fifth year to teams just starting this work, all of the […]Read more
Focus on Our Youngest Learners This fall is a historic one all across California as we welcomed more Transitional Kindergarten students than ever before! As exciting as it is to see these four year oldson our campuses, it is important to remember that this historic step is the starting line rather than the finish line. […]Read more