As a fast growing, suburban district situated just thirty minutes north of Austin and adding up to 1,000 students per year, Leander ISD is high-performing compared to other schools in the state — but the community wanted more than just high test scores for their students.
A key benefit of the New Tech Network Model is that it grows with the unique needs of a school ecosystem. Owensboro Innovation Academy (OIA), a public high school academy in the Owensboro Public Schools district in Owensboro, Kentucky, and alumni NTN school, has done just that.
Just 15 miles east of Columbus, Ohio, sits Reynoldsburg City Schools (RCS). This 7,500-student district, served through five High School Academies, four middle schools, and six elementary schools, had a vision of “deeper learning, in every classroom, every day” but the district was struggling to fulfill the vision.