After careful consideration and conversations with students, parents, and teachers, Tulsa Public Schools has made the decision to hold school-based “drive-up” graduations for the Class of 2020.
The district’s Summer Academy will run from June 22-July 17 with distance learning for 3rd-grade students eligible under the Reading Sufficiency Act and for students in grades 9-11 who need to recover credits to stay on track to graduate with their peers.
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Now as the new virus upends life across the nation, officials are reconsidering remote learning as the probability of closing schools beyond April 6 looms.
Tulsa Public Schools is using social media content to support parents with elementary-aged children at home. The district is launching two regular week-day features on its Facebook page.
A Brookings Institute study reveals that “Black students who have one Black teacher by third-grade are 7% more likely to graduate high school and 13% more likely to enroll in college. After having two Black teachers, a Black students’ likelihood of enrolling in college increases by 32%.”
“Proficiency rates for Greenwood in Math and Reading are actually exceeding all of the comparable elementary schools in the district,” TPS’s Chief Innovation Officer Andrea Castañeda said.