Born to rise: a story of children and teachers reaching their highest potential

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Born to Rise is the inspiring account of Deborah Kenny's pursuit of social justice for our nation's most vulnerable children. Students enter Harlem Village Academies, the network of charter schools Kenny founded, several years behind grade level, but in just a few years they are transformed, ranking among the highest in the nation. How did they do it? For the first time, Kenny reveals the secret to creating a powerful workplace culture that attracts the most talented people and brings out their passion and highest performance--a culture that produces stunning student achievement results and teachers who regularly use words like "magical" to describe the workplace environment. It is a must-read for anyone who cares about children and the future of this country and for leaders who want to inspire fierce dedication in their employees.
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display_description After her husband's death, the author, devoting herself to radically reinventing public education, recounts the journey that led her to risk her life savings to open schools in Harlem while proving that even children living in poverty could learn at a high level.
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subject_facet Educators -- New York (State) -- New York -- Biography, Harlem (New York, N.Y.) -- Social conditions, Harlem Village Academies (New York, N. Y.), Kenny, Deborah, Poor children -- Education -- New York (State) -- New York, Public schools -- New York (State) -- New York
title_display Born to rise : a story of children and teachers reaching their highest potential
title_full Born to Rise A Story of Children and Teachers Reaching Their Highest Potential, Born to rise : a story of children and teachers reaching their highest potential / Deborah Kenny
title_short Born to rise :
title_sub a story of children and teachers reaching their highest potential
topic_facet Education, Educators, Kenny, Deborah, Nonfiction, Poor children, Public schools, Social conditions, Sociology