How one Calif. nonprofit is leading a 17-school turnaround

Seventeen struggling, high-poverty schools in Los Angeles have nearly doubled some of their test scores over five years under a plan by the nonprofit Partnership for Los Angeles Schools that includes a focus on professional development and collaboration and coaching for teachers and administrators, according to the nonprofit's leaders Marshall Tuck and Colleen Oliver. In this commentary, Tuck and Oliver outline the group's four main strategies for school turnarounds and also share some of the lessons they've learned so far during the process.

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