Clark Street Community School has been featured in The Washington Post.
A story on CSCS appeared in the Feb. 11 edition of the newspaper. The story was written by Kevin Welner, a founder of the Schools of Opportunity project, the director of the National Education Policy Center and a professor specializing in educational policy and law.
CSCS was one of six schools, and the only one in Wisconsin, to be awarded a 2018-19 Gold Recognition by the Schools of Opportunity high school recognition program. In April 2019, CSCS was also ranked one of the top 50 blended learning high schools in the United States, according to Study.com. CSCS was ranked 36th.
"We are thrilled that Clark Street Community School was featured in one of the top newspapers in the United States,'' Director of Communications Perry Hibner said. "CSCS is a laboratory for innovative education, informing teaching and learning throughout the District and we are excited to share what they are doing with educators across the country.''
You can read the story on The Washington Post website.
The Schools of Opportunity program believe it important to recognize schools that are excellent because they engage in research-based practices that focus on closing gaps in opportunity, regardless of the students they serve. Visit the Schools of Opportunity website to learn more.