Post Tagged with: "School Improvement Grant program"

New Study Raises Concerns About Changes to School Improvement Grants

POLITICO Pro reports that a study recently found that out of a dozen schools that received School Improvement Grants (SIG) from 2010-11 to 2012-13, most of the teachers in seven schools felt their schools made improvements during the grant period. However, only two of the 12 schools appear to be able to sustain those improvements in the long run. The […]

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Department of Education Commits $20 million to School Leadership Training

On Wednesday October 1st, The Education Department, in an effort to turn around the nation’s lowest performing schools, awarded the School Improvement Grant program $20 million dollars. The money will be geared towards leadership training.   AFSA is excited about the grant and the changes it will bring about. Many aspects go into being effective school leaders and we are […]

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