Central Elementary School in Pennsylvania went from failing to thriving in one year with Success for All — showing remarkable gains in reading and math.
Read how they did it.
A new i3 evaluation finds students in second year of Success for All implementation significantly outperform non-SFA students in the development of key reading skills.
Sesame Street Videos to be included in Homes and Preschool Classrooms
After seeing significant improvements in reading and attendance, five more Detroit elementary schools adopt Success for All’s whole-school reform approach.
The U.S. Department of Education plans to offer three additional SIG options that will appear in their newly revised guidelines. One of these new options—evidence-proven whole-school reform—could provide a major source of funding for you to implement Success for All AND keep your current staff in place.
Grants are available for qualifying elementary schools to adopt Success for All.
Success for All is a
strategy that features
research-proven tools, cooperative learning to engage students and collaborative leadership for continuous improvement.
With two decades of research, hundreds of testimonials, and results from forty-seven states, Success for All
is proven to achieve results.
Title I, school improvement
grants, and professional-
development funds can be used to fund Success for All. In addition, $50,000 i3 awards are now available.
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