Focused on Student Achievement
School2Home is designed to help close the Achievement Gap and the Digital Divide by integrating the use of technology into
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teaching and learning at low-performing middle schools throughout California.  The program is sponsored by the California Emerging Technology Fund and The Children’s Partnership. Watch our new video here.  

"The biggest component to student success is parent involvement. School2Home is the perfect equation." --Leah Jensen, Oakland Unified School District

Achievement Gap
 Targets Title 1 middle schools in program improvement
    ·  Helps students acquire core skills in reading, writing, math and science
Encourages students to develop deep learning skills for academic success
    ·  Engages parents as learning partners    
Digital Divide Focus
    · Targets families who lack home computers and broadband    
    · Infuses technology into all aspects of student learning at school and home                                                                    
    ·  Makes technology relevant with school-centered parent education and engagement

Comprehensive Program

School2Home consists of 10 program components that focus on capacity building to achieve sustainable academic gains.   
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L.A. Region Learning Collaborative Community meeting January 12, 2017

On January 13, CETF’s School2Home convened the second quarterly meeting of the Los Angeles Area Learning Collaborative.  With the goal of promoting regional collaboration among the School2Home Partner Schools, representatives from Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) and Inglewood Unified School District (IUSD) gathered for the day-long session.    During the meeting, participants shared updates on implementation status of School2Home’s Core Components. Read more HERE.

Students Get Tech Ready for 2017

Stevenson Middle School in the Los Angeles Unified School District was recognized in several local publications for its efforts to level the playing field with access to technology for its students. Stevenson with the support of the School2Home program was able to provide new Chromebooks for families in the 6th and 7th grades at the school.  You can read the full article 

School2Home Launches Los Angeles Region Learning Community

October 26, 2016 – Los Angeles 

Today School2Home launched the Los Angeles Region Learning Community in partnership with Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) and Inglewood Unified School District (ISUD).   School Leadership Teams from 10 middle schools (Stevenson, Muir, Madison-Kindle the Passion, SFIAM, LeConte, Mark Twain, Markham, Columbus, and San Fernando in LAUSD and Crozier in IUSD) and 5 school-improvement intermediary partners (Partnership for Los Angeles Schools, LA’s Promise-LA Fund, Youth Policy Institute, Families in Schools, and MOUSE Squad) convened at the California Community Foundation to focus on how to integrate broadband-enabled technologies to accelerate academic performance.  Sophia Mendoza and Francisco Canche from LAUSD addressed the Learning Community and briefed the school leaders on Instructional Technology Initiative new professional development opportunities and learning management system (Schoology).   Photo Album from the Los Angeles Region Learning Community meeting.

The Value of School2Home:
An Interview with Micah Studer

A Q&A with Micah Studer, Coordinator of Educational and Informational Technology, Winters Unified School District. Read the full interview HERE.

School2Home 5
th Annual Leadership Academy 
School2Home leadership from 14 California Middle Schools gathered in Los Angeles for two days in March 2016 to share successes and challenges and hear from speakers, such as Delaine Eastin and Tom Torlakson, former and current California Superintendent of Public Instruction. 

Winters Middle School's School2Home Program
In 2014, Winters Middle School joined School2Home to increase student and teacher use of technology in lesson activities, improve student acquisition of technology skills, and connect families to school and staff.
STEM Education
On October 23, 2014, Sunne Wright McPeak, President and CEO of the California Emerging Technology Fund, gave testimony to California Assembly Member Susan Bonilla’s Select Committee on Increasing the Integrating of STEM Education.  Read McPeak's testimony and statements about School2Home here:


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