Reopening: Moving Toward More Equitable Schools

Annual Reports

2019 Annual Report

2019 was a landmark year for EL Education in our mission to provide students with a transformative educational experience—steeped in challenge, leadership, and contribution. Together with our school and district partners, we served more than 500,000 students, the majority of whom are economically disadvantaged. These remarkable school and district partners—from the small Silverton School in Silverton, Colorado to Detroit Public Schools Community District—set their sights on a broad vision of student success that recognizes every child’s full humanity and reflects the latest science of how students learn and develop. Our collective mission is to help prepare young people to thrive in college, at work, and in life, with the commitment and capacity to create a better world.

Here are highlights from 2019, a landmark year:

  • We launched an important—our largest-ever—partnership with Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools in North Carolina, a district that serves more than 100,000 students.
  • We credentialed five exceptional public schools that are implementing our school design model with quality and consistency over years and getting excellent outcomes for students across an expanded view of achievement. These schools bring our national cohort of EL Education Credentialed Schools to 41.
  • We celebrated one of our longtime partners, Dr. Luke Clamp, Principal of River Bluff High School, an EL Education Credentialed School in Lexington, South Carolina, for being named 2019 National Principal of the Year.
  • Mathematica Policy Research released results from its five-year, federally funded “gold standard” research study of our comprehensive program that combines our research based curriculum and coaching, finding groundbreaking results for both students and teachers. A growing and important set of external research studies confirms the efficacy of our holistic approach to teaching and learning.

We are pleased to share these stories and more in our EL Education 2019 Annual Report, Reason To Believe. We do believe that true progress—and a pathway to unlocking equitable outcomes for all students—is attainable.

Thank you to our partners, supporters, advisors, staff and board for your demonstrated commitment to our collective effort to rebuild our education system for equity and excellence.

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