Lincoln High School recognized by DPI and Wisconsin Rtl Center
For the City Times
WISCONSIN RAPIDS – T he Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) and the Wisconsin Rtl Center has recognized Lincoln High School for their implementation of Reading and Mathematics at the 9-12 level and successfully building a school-wide equitable, multi-level system of supports aimed at closing achievement gaps and increasing the number of students who graduate ready for college, or a career.
The state says that by establishing equitable, multi-level systems of supports, Wisconsin schools like Lincoln High School are increasing the consistency of effective instruction for all students, building staff knowledge and skills to support all learners, using data to more quickly identify and provide support for students, and shifting to a proactive culture that supports stronger relationships with students, their families, and our communities.
This recognition program was created to encourage schools and districts during the construction of their systems and helps them celebrate progress toward full implementation.