Research has shown that continuing to educate English learners in their primary language is the most powerful predictor of closing their achievement gaps in their second language.
This month, we’re pleased to “introduce” the leaders in our 2021 Fellowship and LENS programs.
This article originally appeared on the National Association of Charter School Authorizers (NACSA) blog.
Here’s a look at how BES has worked to incorporate character formation into our core programs this year, and the lessons we’ve learned along the way from leaders and schools across the US.
In communities across the country, committed leaders and their teams are working to deliver on the promise of an excellent education for every child, despite the countless obstacles brought on by COVID-19 and a widening opportunity gap.
As part of the Build Track of the BES Fellowship, BES is seeking leaders who are particularly interested in founding schools that will be deeply rooted in character and committed to equity and human flourishing.