New Orleans Students Outperform State Average on AP Exams

  New Orleans Students Outperform State Average on AP Exams 90% of Open-Enrollment Schools Offer AP Courses More New Orleans…

Closing Out the Summer with a Look at Live Oak Wilderness Camp

“What if the future leaders of New Orleans met at age nine?” This question was the inspiration behind Live Oak Wilderness…

LEAP Scores Stall: As Schools Retain Teachers and New Curriculum Takes Root, the City Will See Change

The percentage of 3rd through 8th grade students scoring Mastery and above on ELA and math LEAP tests combined improved…

From Books to Baseball: Learning, In and Outside of the Classroom

The voices of students and families are the most important part of any dialogue on public education. So as the…

The Journey to Higher Standards and Increased Equity in Louisiana

In Louisiana, we have finally given our students the high academic standards they deserve. Over the past decade, in our…

Looking Back with Pride, Looking Forward with Hope

By Rodney Johnson, recent graduate of the Earn and Learn Program at Tulane’s Cowen Institute If I could talk to…

College Enrollment Rate Above State Average Four Years Running

The Louisiana Department of Education has released the Class of 2018 college enrollment rates. For New Orleans, there is much…

Forbes: “New CREDO Report Shows Student Progress in New Orleans Has Continued”

Read yesterday’s Forbes article outlining student progress in New Orleans. The article quotes NSNO’s CEO, Patrick Dobard, and also references his article in…

Over a Decade of Progress: New Orleans Graduation Rate Up 24 Points Since 2004

The Louisiana Department of Education has released the Class of 2018 four-year cohort graduation rates. The data for New Orleans shows…

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