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District Coaching Support
From large urban districts to rural districts, our coaching system has consistently yielded amazing results for our partners and has been proven effective in turning around schools or successfully launching new initiatives.
e2L’s team of experienced and highly trained coaches are like the special forces of educator growth. Our team helps school districts get the student engagement and achievement results they desire most.
Our eSuite app is the first comprehensive coaching and professional growth platform designed to help public school educators both standardize and personalize coaching and growth for everyone.
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What our partners are saying…
In today’s world, there is no one-size-fits-all, pre-packaged solution that works for every school district. Even though every implementation is different, e2L works with partner districts to help them create a sustainable culture of equity and engagement through three key services.
On-going support through coaching is key to professional growth and transforming daily practice, and using the Engage Coaching System, allows districts to implement structured, systemic--yet personalized--coaching for all their people.
e2L's Laser Team of expert coaches provides targeted coaching to areas of greatest need. As a result, e2L partners experience massive gains in student achievement and engagement.
e2L’s Personalized Learning Ecosystem provides school districts a multi-level, holistic approach that aligns the entire culture and systems around providing every student with truly personalized learning experiences.
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While we can’t work with everyone, we would love an opportunity to explore whether a partnership with e2L can help your district achieve your vision for learning at scale.
Latest from the e2L Blog
September 23, 2021
By: Kammi Green
Recognizing an Opportunity for Growth In the summer of 2019, Abilene ISD had a problem: five of their elementary campuses had been labeled Improvement Required by the TEA. Michelle Josselet, principal of Abilene ISD’s Jackson Elementary, had just started her...
July 30, 2021
When Cara Cooke, superintendent of Aransas Pass ISD, arrived at the 2019 TASA Midwinter Conference, she knew that her district was in need of a reset. “We knew that we wanted to grow our teachers, and we needed to have...