Educators learn early results of Gates initiative to improve student outcomes

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation spotlighted a continuous improvement grant to the CORE Districts, a network of California school districts, and its research partnership with PACE at its school improvement event in Baltimore this week, reports EdSource. The CORE Districts received $16 million from Gates’ year-old Networks for School Improvement initiative, which will provide about $1 billion in funding for research-based school improvement work across the country, over five years. The CORE-PACE partnership is using the grant to launch an infrastructure to support long-term, data-driven improvement work that initially focuses on boosting 9th grade high school graduation and college enrollment rates.


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