Pivot Delivers Last Stockton Pedagogy Teacher Training Day for the 2019–20 School Year
On January 13, 2020, Pivot Learning along with our subsidiary, CORE, delivered K-12 math and ELA pedagogy trainings in Stockton Unified School District (SUSD). These trainings were designed for 900 teachers and were delivered in Stockton, CA, at Cesar Chavez High School and Franklin High School. Pedagogy trainings are a part of the work that Pivot Learning is doing in collaboration with SUSD to provide every teacher and school leader with high-quality, multi-year professional learning in curriculum implementation and in addressing racial bias in the classroom. The January training was the last in a series of trainings that were provided to SUSD educators during the 2019–20 school year.
In addition to pedagogy training, Pivot Learning is also providing site-based curricula implementation support and implementation management consulting to ensure standards-aligned math and English Language Arts (ELA) programs are implemented with fidelity in every grade.
The goal of this multi-year project with SUSD is to advance student achievement in ELA and math across the entire district as a primary strategy for improving college and career success for the district’s Black and Latino students, EL-designated students, and students affected by poverty. SUSD struggles with low achievement across all subject areas and grade levels, but especially in middle grades mathematics.
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