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Webinar: Proven Whole-School Reform is Now in Reach:
Using i3 Grants to Adopt Success for All

Success for All (SFA), a research-proven whole-school improvement approach that helps teachers help every child succeed in school, was awarded an i3 grant from the U.S. Department of Education earlier this year. It provides up to $50,000 in start-up costs for Title I schoolwide projects—including 150 or more schools in the coming year—that implement this model.

Success for All has been transforming schools for more than two decades and is known for having the best track record of effectiveness of any school-improvement program. As Nicholas Lemann wrote recently in the New Yorker, the school-reform effort “with the best sustained record of producing better-educated children in difficult circumstances, in hundreds of schools over many years, is a rigorously field-tested curriculum called Success for All.”

Join Us!
Date & Time:                                                    
Monday, November 8, 2010
1:00-2:00 pm (ET)
Estimated duration one hour

Bob Slavin and Nancy Madden


Mary Beyda, Superintendant
Roosevelt School District, AZ

Most educators know that the Success for All whole-school reform approach has incomparable evidence of effectiveness. A $50-million grant from the federal Investing in Innovation (i3) program now makes this program affordable for Title I elementary schools. Success for All founders, Bob Slavin and Nancy Madden, and educators from SFA schools explain the program and how i3 funding can help schools adopt it.


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