2019-20 Demonstration School Visits
The Network for College Success and the McDougal Family Foundation, in collaboration with Chicago Public Schools, selects outstanding high schools to serve as our Demonstration Schools. These schools will promote the transfer of innovation and effective practices. The overarching goal is to speed the process of high school improvement to support greater numbers of students graduating ready for college.
We are organizing Demonstration School Visits throughout the year where participants will visit classrooms or school meetings, observe practices, and debrief their observations with colleagues. School Visits will offer participants the opportunity to see how school leaders translate research into effective practice to support student success and to consider how they could use those practices in their own context. Each school will host one (1) or two (2) half-day visits this academic year.
2019-20 Demonstration Schools and Focus Areas
Farragut Career Academy
Improving Instruction for Student Engagement
► February 13th, 2020
Goode STEM Academy
Student Agency in the Classroom
► February 26th, 2020
Juarez Community Academy
Competency-Based Teaching and Learning
► November 20th, 2019 (Morning Session: 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.)
► March 12th, 2020
North-Grand High School
► April 2nd, 2020
Tilden Career Community Academy
Successful Student Transitions
► Date To Be Announced
Washington High School
► January 9th, 2020
There is a registration fee of $50 for participants. The registration fee may be waived for NCS Partner School participants.
Once your registration is confirmed, you will be contacted via email with payment information. ISBE Clock Hours are available.
Registrants who are unable to attend a Demonstration School Visit may request a full refund if NCS is notified of the cancellation at least one week prior to an upcoming Visit. Registrants canceling within one week of a Demonstration School Visit will not be eligible for a refund and must pay the registration fee regardless of attendance.
For more information, please contact Evelyn Camarillo, NCS Demonstration Schools Facilitator.