“The impact of our 5-year partnership with GLISI shows up in our data. Morgan County’s state ranking for English Language Arts grades 3–8 improved from 72nd to 7th. These results can be explained by teachers and leaders in our system making intentional shifts toward a true performance culture, and aligning our efforts around a common goal. . . I can say with absolute certainty that our partnership has transformed the lives of our students, their families, and our community.”
- Chip Meyer, Assessment and Accountability Coordinator, Morgan County Charter School District
OUR IMPACT ON LEADERS
GLISI’s direct impact is on adults teaching and leading in Georgia’s schools. Our services push leaders outside of their comfort zone so they can realize their fullest potential and support students in doing the same. Hear from leaders we’ve recently served about the benefit of the push.
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OUR IMPACT ON SCHOOLS
Schools and districts across Georgia set and achieve their goals in partnership with GLISI.
Learn more about our impact in three school systems.
Our partnership with Forsyth County has helped establish a strong network of new leaders in the district who share common leader dispositions and speak a common school improvement language.
Our partnership with Morgan County embedded a data-driven performance culture built on common assessments and impact checks to measure and monitor success. Discover how.
Our partnership with Carroll County has contributed to double-digit gains in cohort graduation rate and CCRPI scores. Learn how.
OUR IMPACT ON GEORGIA
Since our founding in 2001, we’ve developed over 7,000 teachers and leaders as we work toward our vision of more excellent and equitable schools for every Georgia student. In the last three years, we’ve developed 4,314 teachers and leaders, in service to 559,800 students annually.
Improved Graduation Rates
GLISI districts outpaced the state average graduation rate, growing by 9.6 percentage points to 83.5% from 2014 to 2016. That gain translated to 2,144 more Georgia students earning their diploma in 2016 alone.
Enhanced Economic Opportunity
Graduation rates drive economic activity. The 9.6 percentage point increase for GLISI districts from 2014 to 2016 yields over $137.5 million in additional earnings.
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Take a deeper look at our success stories and milestones by reviewing our annual reports.