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Migrant Education Program

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Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District, Livermore, California

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Creating Value through Mindfulness and Nature

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ISD 728 Elk River Area School District, Elk River, Minnesota

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Open Doors Youth Re-Engagement Program

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Clover Park School District, Lakewood, Washington

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The After-School Group (TAG)

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Plainview-Old Bethpage Central School District, Plainview, New York

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The After-School Group (TAG) is an after-school special education program that was created to meet the needs of students with autism in the Plainview-Old Bethpage Central School District. Social deficits are the single most defining feature of autism. 

Outdoor Education Center

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Nanuet Public Schools, Nanuet, New York

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Early College Pathway Program

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Lammersville Unified School District, Mountain House, California

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Extended Learning Opportunities

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Hinsdale School District, Hinsdale, New Hampshire

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High School Attollo Program

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Ephrata Area School District, Ephrata, Pennsylvania

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Driven by diversity and empowered through education, Attollo is a comprehensive, six-week program that illuminates the pathway to postsecondary education for prospective first-generation college students. Ephrata High School offers the program for 11th graders who meet this criterion.

#FUTUREREADY - Grand prize winner

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Red Clay Consolidated School District in Wilmington, Delaware

5,000 to 20,000 enrollment

Every year, ninth-graders in Red Clay high schools get their pictures taken in a cap and gown. It’s a not-so-subtle message to students that they are all headed for graduation.

Equity and Success for English Learners - Grand prize winner

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Newport News Public Schools, Newport News, Virginia

Over 20,000 enrollment

Teacher Robynn Bevelacqua sits in a chair surrounded by fourth and fifth graders. She eyes two giggling boys and gently invites one boy to come sit next her. She resumes the language lesson for her class of English as a Second Language (ESL) students.

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