Schools across the country are placing an emphasis on student-teacher connections this year and using mentoring to help establish bonds of trust in their communities.
King Elementary in Colorado Springs focuses on real-world projects and meaningful student-teacher relationships to create a safe and supportive environment for all students to grow.
Donovan Kerns of Kentucky earns Summit Learning’s first “Teacher Spotlight” recognition for his ability to create strong relationships with his community and help his students acquire life skills.
Three Years After Tragedy, Mentoring Helps Achieve Charter School’s Community Grow Stronger Together
Three years after experiencing the most destructive fire in California history, Achieve Charter School’s community has used mentoring to stay connected at their two campuses in Chico and Paradise.
This case study, conducted by independent research firm Magnolia Consulting, summarizes the results of a 40-educator survey and 10 in-depth interviews with teachers at Carter Lomax Middle School in Pasadena, Texas. Participants share their appreciation for the mentoring, curriculum, and easy-to-navigate technology provided by the program: 95 percent indicated that Summit Learning was positively impacting […]