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How New Classrooms and our partner schools are navigating the COVID-19 crisis

With schools across the United States closed due to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, teachers and parents face enormous challenges in their efforts to quickly transition to remote and virtual learning environments for their students. Teach to One: Math, an innovative learning model from New York-based nonprofit New Classrooms Innovation Partners, is supporting dozens of

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Spotlight on Our Teach to One Partner: Mildred Osborne

Spotlight on Our Teach to One Partner: Mildred Osborne

Mildred Osborne Charter School in New Orleans, LA
Jolene Galpin, Executive Director
Partner school since 2019
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How would you describe your student population?
Since each school in New Orleans Parish is a charter school, our student population changes every year.  Although our school is in an established middle-class neighborhood,

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Ector County Schools Are Pumped About <em>Teach to One</em>

Ector County Schools Are Pumped About Teach to One

Anyone familiar with Odessa, TX knows that the city is a US leader in oil production—an industrial powerhouse in the center of West Texas. What they may not know, however, is that the local school district is leading the way with powerful initiatives of its own.
With the oil industry

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Theming Innovation for 2019–20

Theming Innovation for 2019–20

Whether it is their first or fifth year using Teach to One: Math (TTO), schools implementing the program have officially kicked off another year of personalized, innovative learning. 
Administrators, teachers, and students know that when implementing TTO, the traditional model of learning transforms. Instead of students receiving the same content

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Kicking Off the School Year with Teach to One: Math

Kicking Off the School Year with Teach to One: Math

Partner schools are launching Teach to One: Math (TTO) across the country, from Charlotte to Miami to Chicago to Phoenix and Texas. Last month, events kicked off with orientations in Ector County Independent School District, where educators in three middle schools met for day-long teacher

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