What is a lighthouse school?
A Lighthouse School is a place where amazing education is already happening, where the school community is committed to personalized learning, and where — with just a little additional support — personalized learning can be brought to scale schoolwide. In Rhode Island, our Lighthouse Schools are models of how learning can be personalized within the walls of your typical school building.
The Lighthouse Schools Challenge is run as a partnership with the RI Association of School Principals. It supports schools in expanding their work to make personalized learning accessible to all students in their schools. It provides an infusion of financial support and strategic partnership (200k over two years) that schools need to take their work to the next level.
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2017 Lighthouse Challenge Awardees
LIGHTHOUSE LEARNINGS & FAST FACTS
We engaged three Lighthouse Schools, serving a total of 1,267 students in elementary, middle, and high school.
Lighthouse Schools hosted over 25 site visits, opening their doors to more than 100 visitors, including 50+ educators and 7 elected and appointed state officials.
Schools saw improvement in student achievement and engagement, as well as teacher efficacy.
Get a video glimpse at all our Lighthouse Schools
Read about our evaluation process & findings
Learn more about each Lighthouse School
Captain Isaac Paine ES