Parents’ Night Out: OneApp Strategies, Tips & Tools

As part of our Parents’ Night Out series, we’re proud to present this guide to the OneApp public school enrollment system for parents, educators and advocates. This is just the beginning of a conversation around access and equity. As with any brief, there are issues that we haven’t touched on here that we will in Read more about Parents’ Night Out: OneApp Strategies, Tips & Tools[…]

The New Orleans Equity Index Is LIVE!

After almost two years of research and analysis, OPEN and its partners are thrilled to present the New Orleans Education Equity Index. This first-of-its-kind data tool covers a wide range of statistics on how schools are serving the diverse needs of New Orleans learners. Users can view individual school profiles or examine system-wide performance in Read more about The New Orleans Equity Index Is LIVE![…]

New Interactive EDI Data Map Now Available!

OPEN is proud to present this new and updated data map covering critical child development metrics for over 65% of New Orleans’ 5-year-olds. EDI data collection is rolling out again this year — will you join the mission of supporting New Orleans’ youngest learners? Are you a school or charter leader? Click here to become a 2017 Early Development Read more about New Interactive EDI Data Map Now Available![…]

Let Your Voice Be Heard — Take OPSB’s Education Survey!

The Orleans Parish School Board wants to hear from you about the New Orleans education system. This survey focuses on your satisfaction, priorities, and OPSB’s role with the current system. To take this survey you can: • Follow this link bit.ly/opsbsurvey • Text the phrase “NOLAEDSURVEY” to 41411 • Or by picking up and dropping off a physical copy to Family Read more about Let Your Voice Be Heard — Take OPSB’s Education Survey![…]

Looking ahead with optimism, yet asking questions: Blog from PLTI Parent Leader Lamont Douglas

OPEN is proud to share this blog post from FLTI parent leader Lamont Douglas, originally published on The Secondline Education Blog. Make sure to follow Lamont on Twitter at @daddyswatch! For the year ahead, I am optimistic and excited about educational gains moving forward in my city and state. A movement for getting more parents Read more about Looking ahead with optimism, yet asking questions: Blog from PLTI Parent Leader Lamont Douglas[…]

#NOLAParentPerspectives Brings Parents Into Dialogue

On Thursday July 23, parent voice finally took center stage in the New Orleans education conversation. The NOLA Parent Perspectives Town Hall brought together real parents of New Orleans public school students to showcase broad and diverse perspectives on issues like OneApp, school closure, governance, accountability and more. Polls taken at the event demonstrated that: • 53% Read more about #NOLAParentPerspectives Brings Parents Into Dialogue[…]

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