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Boston Public Schools includes 143 schools. The 79 schools in the American Scripture project constitute the district's lowest-performing schools, where teacher turnover is high and student scores in [...] »

These northeastern Massachusetts districts have underperforming elementary and middle schools that need improvement, history teachers who need training for recertification, and high schools that need [...] »

Prince George's County, the 15th largest district in the country, has a student population more than 95 percent minority—a reflection, in part, of its large African American middle class. The [...] »

History Labs will recruit teachers from 92 district schools, the schools most in need of support. Historians will present content in a cumulative sequence through graduate, and master teachers will [...] »

Ouachita Parish School System in rural northeastern Louisiana is joining with four other school districts to implement ,em>North Louisiana: Exploring the American Experience. Thirty-nine of the 84 [...] »

Eleven of the 14 districts served by the Ohio Valley Educational Cooperative in northcentral Kentucky have partnered for Project THEME. These districts include 40 elementary and middle schools that [...] »

America's Many Trails of Freedom targets six school districts served by the Kentucky Educational Development Cooperative and the Wilderness Trail Educational Cooperative in south central Kentucky. [...] »

The Project PAST consortium includes both the regular and special education cooperatives for central Kentucky. They serve six districts that are in some phase of corrective action. Teachers in this [...] »

The Clio Project serves Iowa's capitol, where the student population is diverse and gaps in student achievement are becoming urgent in the middle and high schools. The district intends to redesign [...] »

The Monroe County Community School Corporation in southern Indiana is a comprehensive school district with a large research university in its midst. The district includes both high and low-achieving [...] »