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BTO SUCCESS STORY: THE GOLD AWARD WINNERS
This year, only two schools in the state received Beat the Odds gold awards -- the highest level of achievement in the Beat the Odds program. Read More

BTO SUCCESS STORY: P.T. COE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
According to Why Some Schools With Latino Children Beat The Odds...And Other's Don't, successful schools embrace ongoing assessment to drive student performance. "Principals and teachers are collecting and pouring over many metrics and measurements," the report says. "They are doing it over and over, often every week, to make sure they are catching problems as they arise." Read More

BTO SUCCESS STORY: CORTEZ HIGH SCHOOL
Cortez High School, a three-year Beat the Odds partner, truly demonstrates that demography isn't destiny. It is ranked among the nation's best high schools by U.S. News & World Report and Newsweek. Read More

BTO SUCCESS STORY: GRANADA PRIMARY SCHOOL
Unwavering dedication, perseverance and collaboration are paying off at Granada Primary School in the Alhambra Elementary School District. The school moved up from a "B" to an "A" rating in the AZ LEARNS 2013 achievement profile, signifying an excellent level of performance as recognized by the state of Arizona. Read More

BTO SUCCESS STORY: L. THOMAS HECK MIDDLE SCHOOL
Dr. Ron Sterr, principal of L. Thomas Heck Middle School in Litchfield Park, has successfully created a sense of community pride that's manifested itself into the school's day-to-day operations. Read More

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Collaborating For Student Success

One of Beat the Odds Institute's Six Keys to Success is collaboration -- responsibility for school improvement is shared among teachers and staff, not concentrated among a few people at the top. At a recent Beat the Odds training session for Phoenix partner schools, Kathi Frankel and Lori Weiss led "Systematic Collaboration, Strategies and Outcomes," an insightful and interactive workshop.

Inspired by Simon O. Sinek, the author of "Start With Why," and his "golden circle" concept, participants explored the value of collaboration within their schools -- and, most importantly, why they want teachers to collaborate with one another in order to make a real difference for students. READ MORE>