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The Dallas Independent School District sits in the heart of a large, diverse and dynamic region with a metropolitan population of 6.5 million people in the 12 counties in North Central Texas. Dallas ISD comprises 384 square miles and encompasses the cities of Dallas, Cockrell Hill, Seagoville, Addison, Wilmer and parts of Carrollton, Cedar Hill, DeSoto, Duncanville, Farmers Branch, Garland, Grand Prairie, Highland Park, Hutchins, Lancaster and Mesquite. The district is the second-largest public school district in the state, and the 14th-largest district in the nation. We are proud of our award-winning schools, outstanding teachers and staff, hard-working students and committed parents and volunteers. The school district serves more than 157,000 students in pre-kindergarten through the 12th grade, in 220 schools, employing nearly 20,000 dedicated professionals. Dallas ISD has seen continual gains in student achievement, and strives to help ensure the success of every student.
Harmony Public Schools is a network of PK-12 college preparatory charter schools across Texas. For more than a decade, our schools have provided students from under-served communities the opportunity to excel in their studies in a small classroom environment focused on providing the skills they need to succeed in life. HPS are high performing K-12 college preparatory charter schools that focus on math, science, engineering and computer technologies. Our mission at Harmony is to prepare each student for higher education by providing a safe, caring and collaborative atmosphere featuring a quality, student-centered educational program with a strong emphasis on math, engineering, science and technology. The Texas-based non-profit organization was established by a group of dedicated educators and university academicians who were passionate about the way children approached math and science. Since 2000 HPS has grown to 58 campuses, 4100 employees, 36,000+ students, with a 98 percent graduation rate for seniors and 100 percent college acceptance rate. 58% of Harmony graduates choose STEM majors in college, more than doubling both the Texas and U.S. averages. 61% of Harmony students are economically disadvantaged, with several campuses reaching as high as 80%. 64% of Harmony alumni are the first in their family to attend college . Harmony’s vision is to lead our students from the classroom into the world as productive and responsible citizens.
Teach For America is committed to confronting educational inequity and driving profound systemic change starting in the classroom. We are a diverse network of educators, advocates, entrepreneurs, policymakers, community members, and industry leaders. Together, we work to achieve our vision that one day all children in this nation will have the opportunity to attain an excellent education.
Uncommon Schools is a nonprofit organization that starts and manages outstanding urban public charter schools that close the achievement gap and prepare students in high-poverty, high-need areas to graduate from college. Uncommon currently manages 54 schools serving more than 20,000 K-12 students in six cities: Boston, Camden, New York City, Newark, Rochester, and Troy. Uncommon Schools is committed to advancing social justice. We strive for diversity, equity, and inclusion in our schools and Home Office in the service of our students, our staff, and our communities. We are committed to transformative practices that create safe, joyful, student-centered learning environments. Visit our website to learn more about our diversity, equity, and inclusion action plan.
Chicago Public Schools is the third largest school district in the United States with more than 600 schools providing education to approximately 400,000 children. Our vision is that every student in every neighborhood will be engaged in a rigorous, well-rounded instructional program and will graduate prepared for success in college, career and life.