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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Engaged parents are essential in eliminating the achievement gap.

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Wednesday, November 26, 2014

How much do blended learning programs cost?

As Rocketship starts to plan the opening of a new school in Washington, D.C., the nation’s capital is also looking to implement more blended learning into many classrooms within DC Public Schools. Read about the many organizations, including the Michael and Susan Dell Foundation, helping DC schools integrate blended learning across the city.

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Blended Learning: It's Not the Tech, It's How the Tech is Used

In an article by Preston Smith, he touches on the use of technology in the classroom, and how blended learning doesn’t always mean best practice for students. “Blended learning is and will continue to be a critical element of a 21st century education, but only if executed with intentionality and precision. Most importantly, it will only succeed if implemented with the expertise of teachers.” Smith tells us what that looks like, and how technology must be integrated, not just included.

Friday, November 14, 2014

The Wild Wild West: My California Gold Rush Experience

Milton Bryant visited a number of schools using blended learning earlier this year, and Rocketship was one of the two schools that stood out for our instructional practices and overall model. Read about the “golden nuggets” of teaching and learning that Bryant found in our schools and implemented himself in his own classroom.

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