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Partners Launches into 2019-20

The Partners in School Innovation staff We kicked off the 2019-20 year with our annual “Launch” convening — two days of professional learning and fellowship. Teams from the Mid-Atlantic, Nevada, and Bay Area regions enjoyed re-connecting with each other in person and welcoming four new team members. Professional Learning Launch

Partners is named as a grantee for the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s Networks for School Improvement (NSI) initiative

Partners is named as a grantee for the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s Networks for School Improvement (NSI) initiative In the fall of 2018, Partners began supporting a network of ten Philadelphia schools focused on improving math instruction. The work was funded by a $500,000, fifteen-month grant from the Bill &

Partners launches new service model — the Transformation Network — in West Contra Costa USD (Richmond, CA)

Partners launches new service model -- the Transformation Network -- in West Contra Costa USD (Richmond, CA) Beginning in 2016, Partners undertook a reflective design process aimed at developing a sustainable, scalable strategy to eliminate the achievement gap in the United States. As a result of that process, we launched a

Partners begins working as an approved provider for School Improvement Grants in Nevada, implementing a new model — the Problem of Practice network

Partners begins working as an approved provider for School Improvement Grants in Nevada, implementing a new model -- the Problem of Practice network In January 2017, Partners was named an approved provider for School Improvement Grants in Nevada, leading to new partnerships with Clark County School District (Las Vegas) and Washoe

Partners launches new partnership with the School District of Philadelphia

Partners launches new partnership with the School District of Philadelphia Partners’ work in the mid-Atlantic region began in the fall of 2015 with the implementation of our Intensive model  in three K-8 schools in Philadelphia. These partnerships grew from the William Penn Foundation’s support for our expansion into Philadelphia and a