Through Equal Opportunity Schools (EOS), the district has increased enrollment of underrepresented populations in advanced high school courses.
Pickerington Schools is working to identify and close that gap through Lead Higher, a program lead by Equal Opportunity Schools.
The Bradley-Bourbonnais Community High School District 307 team is working with Equal Opportunity Schools focusing on ensuring BB’s AP classes represent the student body.
Chicago Public Schools announced it will be joining the Lead Higher Initiative, a partnership with Equal Opportunity Schools—a nonprofit that helps give high school students of all backgrounds access to accelerated courses—according to an Oct. 26 CPS press release.
A superintendent details his mission to enroll underrepresented students in Advanced Placement classes
The school district applied to partner with Equal Opportunity Schools, a nonprofit firm in Seattle, Wash., dedicated to ensuring all students have equal access to the most academically intense high school programs to tackle the participation gap. EOS is the national experts in finding “missing students” and enabling leaders to achieve equitable access in advanced academic programs.