The NCUST Review: What Great Schools Do. Episode 6: Dr. Shawna Codrington

Dr. Codrington has a track record for advancing and improving educational outcomes for all students. Most notably she opened the newest school in the Chula Vista Elementary School District and in its inaugural year realized tremendous academic achievement results with 81% of the students meeting or exceeding standards for English Language Arts and 72% meeting or exceeding standards for mathematics. Listen to this episode to learn more about how Dr. Codrington leads schools to achieve greatness on this episode of the NCUST Review: What Great Schools Do.

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established in 2005 , NCUST strives to help urban school districts and their partners transform urban schools into places where all students achieve academic proficiency, evidence a love of learning, and graduate well prepared to succeed in post-secondary education, the workplace, and their communities.

 

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