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Priority Schools in a PLC at Work® Evidence of Excellence

Schools and districts from across the globe are transforming their classrooms—and so can you! Our experts have partnered with passionate educators worldwide to make a major impact on teaching and learning. But don't take our word for it. Browse the inspiring stories below to get a firsthand glimpse of their amazing success.

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Huntsville Elementary School

Over the past three years, state achievement data has shown an 11% increase in reading, a 15% increase in mathematics (earning two distinctions for growth from the Texas Education Agency), and a 21% increase in writing.

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John Marshall Mid High School

State test scores in Algebra 1 rose 25%.


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Lindsey Elementary School

Lindsey Elementary School was a Title I school located in Houston County School District just south of metropolitan Atlanta. It earned Model PLC at Work® school status in 2020. The school building now serves as a wraparound center for the district.

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March Mountain High School

Over the last two years, March Mountain High School has gone from a struggling school with many challenges to a school where students are not only graduating but accepting scholarships and offers from four-year institutions.

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Palmer Elementary School

Palmer Elementary School saw drastic increases to 3rd and 6th grade math and ELA proficiency and closed the achievement gap among disadvantaged students through the PLC at Work® process.


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U.S. Grant High School

In less than four years, U.S. Grant went from failing to meet student testing standards to nearly acing the state’s A–F report card.