Ensuring that Hispanic and Latino students are achieving in public schools and are prepared for college and career success is one of Georgia's greatest education challenges. In it's newest report, the Research Engagement and Communities for Hispanic Educated Students (REACHES) initiative, with support from the Goizueta Foundation and the Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education, provides some suggestions for effectively advancing the achievement of Hispanic and Latino students. Check it out here!
Join GLISI's dynamic research and evaluation team as an intern! Get hands-on experience collecting, analyzing and reporting data as part of a high-performing team that is integral to GLISI's success - and earn a small stipend to boot. Check out the job posting here and get your applications in soon for this prestigious opportunity for growth. Pass this notice on to friends, family and colleagues who may know highly qualified candidates.
If feedback is the breakfast of champions, are you serving Pop Tarts or Wheaties? On June 6, 2014, GLISI released our newest research brief exploring tips and common pitfalls of providing effective performance feedback that improves teaching and learning.
GLISI has been tapped by The Wallace Foundation to bring together accomplished principals from six districts across the nation in a Professional Learning Community. Check out pictures from our first convening on February 2-3, 2014. Thank you to our gracious and uber-organized hosts, Gwinnett County Public Schools.