Mildred Osborne Charter School in New Orleans, LA
Jolene Galpin, Executive Director
Partner school since 2019
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,
New Classrooms CEO and Co-Founder Joel Rose recently joined the “School Growth Mastery” podcast for a wide-ranging conversation about Teach to One: Math and innovation in education. Check out some of the key takeaways by reading the summarized excerpts below. You can listen to the full episode by visiting the
[This article originally appeared on EdWeek’s Next Gen in Learning blog]
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