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All six of the countywide, southwestern West Virginia districts involved in this project have failed to achieve Adequate Yearly Progress for three or more consecutive years. Two districts are in [...] »

The districts in this grant cover west-central West Virginia, a mainly rural region that has little ethnic diversity, experiences low income levels, and relies on many teachers who do not have a " [...] »

Located in the eastern mountains and Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia, the eight county-wide districts involved in Framing Our History have 20 middle and high schools that have not made Adequate [...] »

Virginia Beach is located in southeastern Virginia, about 200 miles south of Washington, D.C. Although none of its schools are classified as being in need of improvement, several elementary schools [...] »

This capital city district serves students who are overwhelmingly minority and who receive special education services at a higher than average rate (20 percent). The district has never made Adequate [...] »

The American Crises, American Solutions districts are in far southwest Virginia, a rural, mountainous region. In 2008, 10 of the districts failed to make Adequate Yearly Progress or had accreditation [...] »

Newport News, near the Chesapeake Bay in southeastern Virginia, is a high-need district with achievement gaps across all school levels and between student subgroups. Voices of a Nation will focus on [...] »

America on the World Stage will be implemented by five public school divisions in central Virginia, four of which have not met Adequate Yearly Progress goals. These districts serve an increasingly [...] »

American History in International Context is a professional development project for history teachers in seven underserved Virginia school systems within the Bedford Consortium in the mountains of [...] »

The Navasota, Bryan, and College Station Independent School Districts in Brazos Valley, Texas, serve a growing number of English Language Learners. Overall, student scores on state reading and math [...] »