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NEW ORLEANS HIGH SCHOOLS SEE A 2.5 PERCENT INCREASE IN GRADUATION RATES
New Orleans exceeds state average for African-American students, students with disabilities and economically disadvantaged students
RECOVERY SCHOOL DISTRICT SCHOOLS COMMIT TO ADDITIONAL TEST MONITORING AND ACCOUNTABILITY
RSD schools send letter to Superintendent Patrick Dobard outlining plan for test monitoring beyond already required procedures.
BATON ROUGE ACHIEVEMENT ZONE CHARTER SCHOOLS UNVEIL NEW 2016-2017 COMMON APPLICATION FOR PUBLIC SCHOOL ENROLLMENT
OPSB & RSD ANNOUNCE THE LAUNCH OF THE 2016-2017 ONEAPP APPLICATION, EXPANSION OF OPTIONS FOR EARLIEST LEARNERS
oday, the Recovery School District (RSD) and the Orleans Parish School Board (OPSB) announced the launch of the OneApp application, the annual public school and program enrollment process for the 2016-17 school year. Students new to New Orleans' public schools or seeking to transfer to a new school for the 2016-2017 school year, as well as families seeking a publicly-funded early childhood seat for students ages infant through four years old, should submit a OneApp during the Main Round, open from November 2nd through February 26th, 2015.
NEW ORLEANS ELIMINATES FAILING HIGH SCHOOLS; LEADS THE STATE IN EDUCATING LOW-INCOME STUDENTS
Today, the Orleans Parish School Board (OPSB) and Recovery School District (RSD) celebrated the incredible progress made by educators in improving high school options for New Orleans families. Data released by the Louisiana Department of Education today show that more than half of our high schools received a letter grade of A or B in 2015. There are no longer any non-alternative failing high schools operating in the City of New Orleans.
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