Equal Opportunity Schools partners with school districts and community organizations to upgrade low-income and minority students to challenging course work that will increase their academic achievement and likelihood of attending and graduating college.
Our approach cannot succeed without the support of district superintendents, school principals and classroom teachers who can commit to changing entrenched cultures and finding the students lost in their own hallways.
Allowing new ideas and new practices into a school can be intimidating, but inviting Equal Opportunity Schools into a school brings the promise of a great reward _ more students thriving and succeeding, which is what all educators want in the end.
The following are our school district and community partners.
Auburn School District (Washington)
Capital School District (Delaware)
Columbia School District (Missouri)
East Side Union High Schools District (California)
Federal Way Public Schools (Washington)
Renton School District (Washington)
Highline School District (Washington)
Colonial School District (Delaware)
Lincoln Unified School District (California)
Campbell Union High School District (California)
School District of South Orange and Maplewood (New Jersey)
San Jose Unified School District (California)
Community Center for Education Results (Washington)
Santa Clara County Office of Education (California)
Minority Student Achievement Network
Delaware State Department of Education
Oregon State Department of Education
Alameda County Office of Education (California)
San Mateo County Office of Education (California)