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Videos: District Stories

ERS spoke with five leaders from our partner districts to explore what transformation really looks like in practice. The videos explore how each of the seven strategies from our School System 20/20 can look like on the ground. These leaders inspired us by their courage, rigor, and tirelessness as they dedicate themselves to making a school system that delivers effective instruction to every student.


Washington D.C.: Standards and Instruction

Spokesperson: Brian Pick, Deputy Chief Academic Officer of Curriculum and Instruction

Read the Standards and Instruction District Story


Washington D.C.: Teaching

Spokesperson: Cynthia Robinson-Rivers, Director of Teacher Retention and Recognition

Read the Teaching District Story


Denver: School Design

Spokesperson: Alyssa Whitehead-Bust, Chief of Innovation and Reform

Read the School Design District Story


Charlotte-Mecklenburg: Leadership

Spokesperson: Ann Clark, Deputy Superintendent

Read the Leadership District Story


Denver: School Support

Spokesperson: Alyssa Whitehead-Bust, Chief of Innovation and Reform

Read the School Support District Story


U-46, Elgin: Funding

Spokesperson: José M. Torres, Superintendent

Read the Funding District Story


Charlotte-Mecklenburg: Partnerships

Spokesperson: Ann Clark, Deputy Superintendent

Read the Partners District Story

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