The One-Year School Turnaround Story!

“Improvement Required” is undoubtedly the last place a campus wants to find themselves.  In an effort to establish local accountability systems, in 2017, the Texas State Legislature established three domains for academic performance: 1) Student Achievement, 2) School Progress, and...

Shifting the System We Have Inherited

Because my husband coached college basketball, we moved 10 times in the first 16 years of our marriage. As a high school teacher, I taught all secondary grades and every English level, including remedial and AP classes, in two different...

5 Tips for Making Meetings Matter

The Meeting Madness How often have you had a meeting on a topic only to realize you had already met on this topic previously and no decisions had been implemented yet?  Employees are spending more time than ever in meetings;...

Creating Empowered Learners in Spring ISD

engage2learn (e2L) is honored to be partnering with Spring ISD on a number of projects this year. In April, e2L facilitated a diverse group of district stakeholders to design a single instructional model that will ultimately be used in every classroom in...

Purple Up! For the Military Child

by Christin W. Leggett For 33 consecutive years, April has been designated as the Month of the Military Child by the U.S. Department of Defense. Public schools and communities nationwide show their support of this unique student population through the...

Fail Often to Succeed More

              by Shannon Buerk, Founder and CEO of engage2learn. One of our consistent norms at engage2learn is to fail often in order to succeed more. No, we are not setting ourselves up for failure;...