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  • BPSD schools earn state recognition -

    Reported By Kelcey King of the Bartlesville Examiner-Enterprise Several Bartlesville schools were named Monday in the top percent of schools in the state for both test scores and classroom practices. Five schools in the Bartlesville Public School District — Kane Elementary School, Wayside Elementary School, Wayside Elementary School, Hoover Elementary School, Central Middle School and Madison Middle School — were announced as Great Expectations model schools. “To become a model school, you have ...

  • Great Expectations is topic on national Education Talk Radio. CEO Dr. Linda Dzialo is the guest. Click to listen. -

  • Dzialo invited to Schools of Tomorrow Conference -

    Reported by the Lawton Constitution. Linda Dzialo, former deputy superintendent of Lawton Public Schools, has been invited to attend next week’s Schools for Tomorrow Conference, an exclusive event hosted by The New York Times that brings together the brightest minds in education, technology, government and business.   Dzialo is president and CEO of Oklahoma-based Great Expectations, a nonprofit foundation that provides intensive professional training to teachers and administrators.

  • Great Expectations President Will Speak -

    Reported by the Ponca City News TAHLEQUAH - Dr. Linda Dzialo has been invited to attend next week’s Schools for Tomorrow Conference, an exclusive event hosted by The New York Times that brings together the brightest minds in education, technology, government and business. Dr.

  • Okla. Education Leader Dr. Linda Dzialo Invited by The New York Times to Attend Exclusive ‘Schools for Tomorrow Conference’ -

    President and CEO of Great Expectations Will Join the ‘Brightest Minds in Education’ During Second Annual Conference in New York City on Sept. 13   TAHLEQUAH, OKLA. (Sept.

  • John Marhsall High School starts Great Expectations training -

  • Eric Jensen cites success of Ardmore school using GE -

    A NEW EXTREME SCHOOL:  HOW MIRACLES HAPPEN EVERY DAY    This month our featured "Extreme School" is one that struggled to stay out of the lower ranks on state testing. They were talked about as the school "on the other side of the tracks". It was a Title 1 school going nowhere in the eyes of most of the community members.

  • Great Expectations – the "HOW" to meet expectations of the Common Core (PDF) -

  • Teachers attend Expectations workshop here (Lawton) -

    .picture { width: 388px; margin-top: 0px; margin-right: 5px; margin-bottom: 5px; margin-left: 0px; float: left; clear: both; } BY TYRELL ALBIN   STAFF WRITER LAWTON CONSTITUTION   JEFF DIXON/STAFF   Altus teacher Amber Wilson works on a project at the annual Great Expectations summer institute Thursday, held at Central Middle School this week. About 400 educators from across Oklahoma and Tennessee, Texas and Okinawa, Japan, are participating. There is a lighthouse o...

  • Great Expectations program helps produce more effective teachers -

    BY W. ROGER WEBB | Published: June 6, 2012 | The Daily Oklahoman   This summer's movie blockbuster is “The Avengers” with its storyline about an assembling of the world's superheroes called together to rescue the planet from evil forces. Another blockbuster kicks off this week on the campus of the University of Central Oklahoma where real-life superheroes, 2,000 of Oklahoma's best teachers, assemble to help rescue our schools from the forces of mediocrity and dwindling resources.