Every Student Can Succeed


Rocketship Education is a network of public elementary charter schools serving primarily low-income students in neighborhoods where access to excellent schools is limited.  We believe that truly transformative schools do more than educate students; they empower teachers, engage parents and inspire communities.

Together, we can eliminate the achievement gap in our lifetime.


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Teachers & Leaders

Excellent Teachers and Leaders create transformational schools.

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Personalized
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Engaged
Parents

Engaged parents are essential in eliminating the achievement gap.

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 Latest News

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

March 25 Readers' letters All water solutions should be on table

The-Vu Nguyen, President of the Vietnamese Parents Group of Spark, writes to the Mercury News advocating for our collaboration with the Franklin-McKinley School District and supports the proposal put forward for a new school in that area.

Friday, March 13, 2015

Achievement rise: Charter and traditional schools together help Franklin-McKinley kids

Don Shalvey, deputy director of education at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, shares why he supports Rocketship’s petition to open a third school in Franklin-McKinley. The collaboration between Rocketship, Franklin-McKinley and other local charter networks is a “model for Silicon Valley and the nation” says Shalvey along with the San Jose Mercury editorial board.

Thursday, March 12, 2015

What Net Neutrality Means for Digital Inequality and Schools

With the recent net neutrality ruling comes the opportunity for resolving technology inequalities with low-income families. Rocketship is mentioned as having the “...power of disrupting the typical academic fare that low-income youth receive in the ‘dropout factories’ that are all too common, particularly in urban centers across the country.” Read more about how we can move past this inequality to help all families have equal access.

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