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Stories of Promising Practice - All Means All (Greeley-Evans District 6)
All Means All
Greeley-Evans School District 6
Greeley-Evans School District 6 has focused on equity in working to boost its students' achievement. The district was able to move several of its schools off of the state's Accountability Clock by focusing on All Means All.
Greeley-Evans School District 6 is experiencing a dramatic academic turnaround that has seen eight of 11 schools move off of the state’s accountability clock for poor performance. The success is the product of an ambitious district-wide strategic plan with robust goals and action strategies all built around the equitable notion that all students can and will learn. It is particularly impressive because District 6 has a challenging population with nearly two-thirds of students eligible for federal lunch benefits –a sign of poverty – and 26 percent English language learners.
Deirdre Pilch, superintendent of Greeley-Evans District 6, explains how by focusing on equity, the district was able to improve academic outcomes for children across the district. Greeley-Evans moved eight of 11 schools off of the state's Accountability Clock.