Greetings from CLASS Coalition, where we’re excited to update you on several initiatives that support our mission and expand opportunities for students of all backgrounds.
Join us for our webinar June 19: 
Building a Culture of Integrity

Time: 4 pm ET
Date: Monday, June 19
Speakers: Crystal Bonds and Evan Glaser

Students striving for academic success can run into conflicts that will challenge their time management, limitations, and even their ethics. Some students feel the pressure to overachieve to keep up with their peers or meet their parents expectations. Overachievement implies that students are taking on too much, and unfortunately some of them sacrifice their integrity to keep going. Many of our schools have confronted academic integrity by establishing honor codes and have adopted a variety of strategies to promote proactive and restorative approaches to improve integrity of the school culture. This webinar will explore some strategies we have used at our schools, as well as open unresolved questions for discussion.

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Your Support Helps Propel CLASS – and Our Students – Forward

CLASS is committed to increasing opportunities and access to education for high-achieving, low-income students and students of all backgrounds, and to helping you do the same. You have likely seen recent communications from CLASS about our new membership dues, an annual $350 fee that will help us continue to provide opportunities for students across the country.

We look forward to continuing our partnership with you and advancing opportunities for your teachers, students and administrators. Whether through our annual “Closing the Excellence Gap” summit, webinar series, online platform under development to create a school-to-workforce pipeline, leadership and educational resources, knowledge sharing capabilities and so much more – we work to provide you with the tools you need to create the country’s foremost learning environments and help your students succeed. We value your support and please don’t hesitate to reach out with any questions.

Education News 

CLASS Jobs Corner: Resident Principal

AppleTree Early Learning Public Charter School (AELPCS) seeks a motivated, passionate and new leader to serve as resident principal. The Resident Principal oversees the daily instructional program of an AELPCS campus and works with other AppleTree leaders to help close the achievement gap before students enter kindergarten. The Resident Principal works under the mentor principal and/or designee to assist with supervising the school-based instructional staff. The Resident Principal reports directly to the Director of Strategic Growth and Leadership Development and is supported also by the School Leadership and Data Specialist.

Learn more about this position.

Thanks, as always, for your support for CLASS Coalition.