ANNOUNCING THE 2020 WHOLE SCHOOL REFORM CONFERENCE - 65 YEARS POST BROWN V. BOARD OF EDUCATION: WHERE ARE WITH CLOSING THE ACHIEVEMENT GAP?

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FEBRUARY 14-17, 2020 Orlando, FL


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WOMEN IN EDUCATION LEADERSHIP NETWORKING AND MENTORING SEMINAR

It’s Our Time For Healing and Support!


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Performance-Based Strategic Planning Session with South Korean Delegation

Dr. Monica George-Fields Presents to South Korean Delegation at the REACH(c) Office.


 
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youth mentoring youth program

REACH(c) in collaboration with acclaimed actor, activist, and author Hill Harper is sponsoring a unique and creative mentoring program to improve the educational experiences for young men of color via the REACH Ten Schools... 200 Young Men of Color Youth Mentoring Youth initiative.

 

We improve education experiences for students...one school at a time!

 

In the United States, there are many debates concerning the ways of improving the educational experience of our students.  The many approaches to improve schools include stricter accountability identifications and monitoring, changes in curriculum, development of school and district reviews, increased family engagement, school and teacher leader development, and increasing teacher collaboration.  The limited number of support organizations available to guide and assist schools has impeded the call for improvements.  REACH provides education solutions to schools and districts by bringing educators with proven records of successfully leading school change and innovative programs and products to the forefront of our services.

 

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