A Commitment to Put Students First in 2022

  1. Using a “whole child” approach to academic and emotional development
  2. Optimizing the student experience based on the science of learning and development
  3. Disaggregating school data to design policies and practices that reliably deploy resources wherever they’re needed
  4. Partner with schools and communities to invest deeply in education

Gisele C. Shorter

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