Beacon Initiative
The Beacon Initiative

The Charlotte-Mecklenburg School District has launched the Beacon Initiative that will increase academic achievement and graduation rates at 14 of its urban schools. This district initiative will transform culture, instruction, and leadership in order to provide sustainable results. CMS has partnered with the University of Virginia to provide key professional development to district and school leaders around four key turnaround levers: leadership, instructional infrastructure, differentiated support and accountability, and talent management. Additionally, tailored coaching and support will be provided to each school and leader based on individual needs. 

 

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Beacon Initiative Schools: 

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 Learning Community Information

 Contact List Information ‭[3]‬

Dellinger, Amy
Executive Director | Beacon Learning Community
Phone: 980-343-0011
Email: amyd.dellinger
Rattley, Kondra
Superintendent | Beacon Learning Community
Phone: 980-344-0020
Email: kondra.rattley

 Contact List Information ‭[1]‬

Dellinger, Amy
Executive Director | Beacon Learning Community
Phone: 980-343-0011
Email: amyd.dellinger
Rattley, Kondra
Superintendent | Beacon Learning Community
Phone: 980-344-0020
Email: kondra.rattley

 Contact List Information ‭[2]‬

Dellinger, Amy
Executive Director | Beacon Learning Community
Phone: 980-343-0011
Email: amyd.dellinger
Rattley, Kondra
Superintendent | Beacon Learning Community
Phone: 980-344-0020
Email: kondra.rattley
P.O. Box 30035
Charlotte, NC 28230-0035
Phone: 980-343-3000
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