National Opportunity to Learn Network

Schott’s Opportunity to Learn Network (OTL) unites a nationwide coalition of Schott grantees and allied organizations working to secure a high quality public education for all students.

By creating a space to highlight and celebrate grassroots organizing, share success stories and provide resources, OTL strives to create real and substantial change in our public education system. OTL advocates for supports­-based education reform, one that provides all students with access to crucial resources and opportunities such as early education, wraparound supports, fair school discipline, well­-supported teachers, and equitable school funding. To support our network of advocates and organizers, OTL provides regular updates on current grantee campaigns, publishes policy guides, infographics and other resources, and hosts summits and other network building events, all of which can be found below.

The Latest from the OTL Network

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Friday April 23, 2010 –

Gail Christopher, VP for Programs at the W.K. Kellog Foundation, discusses her organization's role in effecting change in education policy, and confronting our nation's history of racial conflict.

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Friday April 23, 2010 –

Russlyn Ali, Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights at the US Department of Education, discusses the crucial role data plays in examining the achievement gap - and fixing it.

 

 

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Thursday February 25, 2010 –

Learn about the Opportunity to Learn Campaign, and its fight for four core resources: early childhood education, access to highly effective teachers, college preparatory curriculum, and equitable instructional resources.

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Wednesday July 23, 2008 –

Source: National Institute on Early Education Research

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