Rigorous Academic Curriculum

Curriculum Enhancement Grant SAMPLE Proposal Form – REVISE AS NEEDED.
This presentation is from GEAR UP West 2017. Measuring equity gaps is key to understanding whether or not a program reaches all students and expands participation of historically underrepresented groups. This presentation will discuss ways to measure equity gaps in program participation and outcomes, using results from an Oregon dual-credit program as examples.
View Lewis & Clark High School's application for curriculum enhancement grants. This replicable idea allows a GEAR UP program to offer faculty the opportunity to apply for curriculum enhancement grants to initiate programs or purchase goods/services that will help them support the school's efforts to achieve its GEAR UP student goals.
Learn how Everett Schools worked to establish connections with the community to highlight offerings of local community colleges and for all students to have the opportunity to visit a college campus and better prepare for a postsecondary college of choice.
Get resources for principal/counselor leadership, strategies student support, and resources designed to assist with implementation of current educational initiatives including graduation from high school and persistence in college. Discover how to develop and implement a principal/counselor agreement, learn about outstanding college and career readiness programs in rural schools that are connected to Common Core State Standards, and gain resources for a meaningful high school and beyond plan to
This handout is from the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction's Comprehensive Guidance and Counseling division. This slide shows AP and CTE connections. That said, there are more connections to AP Studio Art than shown. It is from the Washington State GEAR UP Pathways to Student Success Workshop in March 2014.
This handout is from the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction's Comprehensive Guidance and Counseling division. It is from the Washington State GEAR UP Pathways to Student Success Workshop in March 2014.
This handout, by Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction's Comprehensive Guidance and Counseling division, is from the Washington State GEAR UP Pathways to Student Success Workshop in March 2014.
This presentation, by Barbara Dittrich and Danise Ackelson of Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction, is from the Washington State GEAR UP Pathways to Student Success Workshop in March 2014.
Through use of a $500 GEAR UP curriculum enhancement grant students at Lewis and Clark High School construct a robot to enter into state competitions.

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