Three Ways We Transform Public Education
Coaching and Technical Assistance: Generation Schools NetworkTM (GSN) supports existing schools and districts to solve their most pressing challenges through coaching and technical assistance that may include school redesign, retention and recruitment, learning and teaching, blended learning, health and wellness, college/career readiness and transition, turnaround support and leadership development.
Learning Opportunities and Resources: GSN provides learning opportunities and resources to individuals, schools, districts and community-based organizations committed to reinventing public education through social/emotional learning and college/career readiness curriculum, white papers, webinars, workshops and professional development.
New Schools: GSN has supported the launch of new schools based on the GSN model, in turnaround settings in partnership with districts and community partners. GSN reorganizes resources that districts already have–particularly talent, time and technology–to expand learning time, reduce class size and meet the needs of the whole child in cost-effective ways.
News and Upcoming Events
Student-Centered Accountability Program (S-CAP) Systems Support Review — Buena Vista School District
October 8 & 9
Building Bridges to Careers Training at Santa Fe Trail BOCES
Battelle for Kids' National Forum to Advance Rural Education — Hyatt Regency Denver Tech Center
October 15, 5:30 — 7:30pm
Military and Protective Services Career Exploration Workshop — Littleton High School
The Military and Protective Services Career Exploration Workshop (MAPS) is an evening event in which students and their families can explore careers in Military and Protective Services. The purpose of this event is to encourage and inspire students and parents to consider Military and Protective Services as an achievable pathway to pursue after high school. This event will provide opportunities for students and families to directly communicate with members of various branches of the military in regard to career opportunities including enlistment, military academies, national guard and ROTC (all great ways to pay for college!). The workshop will also lay out career pathways for emergency services, firefighting and law enforcement.
Student-Centered Accountability Program (S-CAP) Systems Support Review — La Veta School District
Student-Centered Accountability Program (S-CAP) Systems Support Review — Monte Vista School District
View a Military and Protective Services Career Exploration Event
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