Creating equity with Apple Technology
Recognizing the uniqueness of each of their 58,000 students, the El Paso Independent School District (EPISD) created a program that understands the importance of providing all students with equal educational opportunities, while also ensuring their education is rooted in quality teaching. That's why they initiatied the PowerUp movement.
“We call it a movement, because that’s really what it was,” said Isaac Williams, assistant principal, Brown Middle School, EPISD. “We had to reimagine our classroom, the instruction and how we saw the world of education.”
Read the full story to see how EPISD created a 21st century classroom that bridges the equity gap among all students.