ExtraOrdinary Districts

By Karin Chenoweth

Fierce advocates for the high academic achievement of all students — particularly those of color or living in poverty.

  1. 1.
    Districts That Succeed
    48:11
  2. 2.
    What Have We Heard? What Have We Learned?
    57:54
  3. 3.
    What Can States Do to Improve Reading Instruction?
    51:24
  4. 4.
    “High-Quality Materials”
    1:04:14
  5. 5.
    The “Science of Reading”
    1:10:17
  6. 6.
    The Right to Read
    59:56
  7. 7.
    “School Leaders REALLY Matter”
    1:00:22
  8. 8.
    “Opening a School Building in the Time of Covid”
    47:51
  1. 9.
    The State of Reading in America
    1:04:17
  2. 10.
    “Managing COVID-19”
    1:18:16
  3. 11.
    Finding the “Missing Kids”
    1:04:12
  4. 12.
    “Kids Are Still Learning Things”
    1:00:08
  5. 13.
    What kind of school produces hundreds of top African American scientists?
    1:02:54
  6. 14.
    “It’s not an ideal situation. But we’re making the best of it.”
    1:00:57
  7. 15.
    “We’ve probably gone through more change since March than I did through my entire career.”
    51:32
  8. 16.
    “It’s amazing how much kids adapt and learn.”
    53:23
  9. 17.
    “Something that was already a yeoman’s job has become even greater.”
    55:20
  10. 18.
    “We keep using that word hard.”
    49:18
  11. 19.
    “We have a third of our kids in every day. But one hundred percent of our students are learning every single day”
    49:46
  12. 20.
    “As soon as we’re back to normal, we’ll have to accelerate our kids.”
    46:07
  13. 21.
    ExtraOrdinary Districts – Season 4 is Coming!
    2:18
  14. 22.
    “What Did We Hear? What Did We Learn?”
    47:00
  15. 23.
    “We’ve been planning, planning, planning.”
    27:15
  16. 24.
    “Schools that already had cohesive cultures did the best.”
    51:06
  17. 25.
    “Our hope is to come back as close to normal as we possibly can.”
    28:48
  18. 26.
    “Virtual learning on steroids.”
    38:51
  19. 27.
    “We have the resources.”
    35:21
  20. 28.
    “This is so much of a harder task to perform”
    47:59
  21. 29.
    “We’ve borrowed the phrase, provide grace”
    47:09
  22. 30.
    “We have the opportunity and I hope we don’t waste it”
    40:56
  23. 31.
    “This is going to make our system better”
    31:16
  24. 32.
    “Our schools were not built for this”
    40:06
  25. 33.
    “We would be wrong to believe that education won’t be transformed forever”
    37:01
  26. 34.
    “We’re trying not to overwhelm them, because they are living through a pandemic.”
    40:21
  27. 35.
    “Why Did We Even Think That Could Work?”
    41:53
  28. 36.
    “There Are So Many Unknowns.”
    41:11
  29. 37.
    “They are rising to the challenge”
    30:48
  30. 38.
    Creating the New Normal Day by Day
    31:24
  31. 39.
    “Let’s teach….But remember the context.”
    33:09
  32. 40.
    Maintaining Relationships in a Distance Learning World
    35:10
  33. 41.
    No Computer, No Wi-Fi, & No Cell Coverage While America Is Supposed to be Learning Online
    33:52
  34. 42.
    Panel Discussion on “Systems to Build Knowledge”
    1:10:49
  35. 43.
    Valley Stream 30: Systems to Build Knowledge
    56:54
  36. 44.
    Panel Discussion on “Fast Improvement in Delaware”
    1:14:42
  37. 45.
    Seaford, Delaware: Fast Improvement in Delaware
    51:42
  38. 46.
    Discussion of Lane, Oklahoma
    52:41
  39. 47.
    Lane, OK: Exposing and Learning from Success
    54:56
  40. 48.
    Live! With ExtraOrdinary Districts – A Discussion on District Improvement
    1:06:01
  41. 49.
    ExtraOrdinary Districts Season 2 is Coming!
    3:36
  42. 50.
    Special Edition: Segregation, Integration and the Milford 11
    54:18

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