Digital Transition with Station Rotation = 0% Truancy

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From DC’s Inner City Schools Comes a Successful Intervention Program

Tracy Foster, Principal of Randle Highlands Elementary School in Washington DC Public Schools (DCPS) spoke at the Learning Counsel National Gathering in Albuquerque, NM. The audience of over 70 leading educators from across the U.S., heard her tell the story of how she transformed her school and created a model now being followed by others. Infrastructure was put in place, digital curriculum was brought in along with devices and all teachers strictly adhere to station rotation with the students. Today Randle Highlands has begun to move beyond intervention, while boasting a 0% truancy.

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