L-P (La Salle-Peru Township High School) is participating in the nationwide Lead Higher program through Equal Opportunity Schools, and (Steve) Wrobleski is working to get a more diverse population of students (women, Latino students, etc.) involved in Advanced Placement classes and taking the exam. He said about 400 students participated in AP classes last year.
At the Nov. 10 SIEPR Policy Forum on K-12 Education, Stanford sophomore Andrew Dallakoti, moderates a discussion with Northwestern University Professor Diane Whitmore Schanzenbach and Reid Saaris, founder and CEO of Equal Opportunity Schools, on the challenges of closing achievement gaps.
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.