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PLC at Work® Success Stories

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.

Lake County holding a Model PLC Flag

Lake County Schools

Lake County Schools experienced decreases in student achievement that were less than the state average in many areas during school shutdowns due to the pandemic. In addition, math achievement saw an increase in the number of subgroups performing above the state average.

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Mason Crest Elementary

Mason Crest Elementary used the PLC at Work® framework to build a culture of collaboration and ensure high levels of learning for all.

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Minnieville students embrace diversity.

Minnieville Elementary School

Minnieville Elementary School used the PLC at Work® process to address ethnic, linguistic, and economic changes to its student population, as well as to meet and exceed changing standards from the state.

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Pasadena ISD staff celebrate their district’s distinction as an internationally recognized Model PLC at Work

Pasadena Independent School District

In three years, the percentage of students in grades 9–12 who achieved mastery in algebra rose from 75% to 90%.

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Southeast Polk Community School District Staff

Southeast Polk Community School District

After working with Solution Tree, Mitchellville Elementary School, a Title I school serving a community with a high number of students who qualify for free and reduced fees, received an “Exceptional” rating in the Iowa School Performance Profiles

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Tongue River Elementary School teachers posing outside their building

Tongue River Elementary School

One cohort of students qualifying for free and reduced lunch showed continuous improvement in English and mathematics from third through fifth grade. Percent proficiency increased 29 percent in English and 284 percent in math.

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