NOLA Ed: Mythbusters, Week 7

12/3/19

The education landscape in New Orleans is complex, and there are often myths and misconceptions about our system. In our new “Mythbusters” series, we aim to set the record straight about our public schools. Our teachers, students, and families are… Read More

Launching the E3 Fellowship

11/21/19

This fall, NSNO launched the Executive Education Experience, or “E3,” to identify and develop future executive-level leadership for our city’s schools and networks. CEOs and chief level executives are critical to the success and stability of our schools in New Orleans;… Read More

NOLA Ed: Mythbusters, Week 6

11/19/19

The education landscape in New Orleans is complex, and there are often myths and misconceptions about our system. In our new “Mythbusters” series, we aim to set the record straight about our public schools. Our teachers, students, and families are… Read More

Mid-City Messenger Series: Why We Chose International School of Louisiana for Our Children

11/11/19

In the first of our ten-essay series by parents of students at public schools in Mid-City, Alex DeLarge writes about her children’s experience at International School of Louisiana (Dixon Campus). Mid-City, like New Orleans as a whole, has many public… Read More

New Orleans’ District Performance Score Improves in 2019

11/7/19

Most schools receive “A” and “B” Progress Index ratings The Louisiana Department of Education has released School and District Performance Scores for the 2018-19 school year. The majority of public schools in New Orleans improved or maintained their letter grades, while roughly… Read More

NOLA Ed: Mythbusters, Week 5

10/30/19

The education landscape in New Orleans is complex, and there are often myths and misconceptions about our system. In our new “Mythbusters” series, we aim to set the record straight about our public schools. Our teachers, students, and families are… Read More

In Case You Missed It: October 2019

10/25/19

Guest column: Programs addressing teacher shortage in New Orleans September 13 | The Advocate In a guest column for The Advocate, Patrick Dobard discusses the teacher shortage in New Orleans and the work in both recruitment and retention that we… Read More

NOLA Ed: Mythbusters, Week 4

10/23/19

The education landscape in New Orleans is complex, and there are often myths and misconceptions about our system. In our new “Mythbusters” series, we aim to set the record straight about our public schools. Our teachers, students, and families are… Read More