AISR's work in Randolph, Mass featured in Brown Daily Herald
AISR provides technical support to Randolph Public Schools, one of seven planning grant recipients under the Nellie Mae Education Foundation’s (NMEF) District Level Systems Change (DLSC) initiative, aimed at developing, promoting, and deepening student-centered learning models in secondary schools across New England. This article describes AISR's work with both community and district stakeholders in Randolph.
Brown Daily Herald 4/26/12
"The Annenberg Institute for School Reform is trying something new in Randolph, Mass. By incorporating two of the Institute’s focuses — district redesign and leadership and community organizing and engagement — the institute hopes to significantly improve educational outcomes in the district, said Richard Gray '85, the director of community organizing and engagement at Annenberg...."