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Why Sarai Traveled Two Hours a Day for School

July 9, 2019
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Ánimo Pat Brown Charter High School (APB) alumna Sarai Flores is one of the many students whose academic trajectories have been dramatically changed since they arrived at a Green Dot school. “I was not a very good student; I felt like school wasn’t important, but my mindset changed when I came to APB. I went from failing all my classes to getting mostly As,” reflected Flores.

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The Broad Center — Cristina de Jesus – An advocate for education

April 4, 2018
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The Broad Center features Green Dot California CEO Cristina de Jesus on their blog.

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vision

What it Takes to Build a School Vision

April 2, 2018
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Ánimo Mae Jemison Charter Middle School Principal Nate Geller has spent the past year working with staff, students, and families to reinvent school culture and build a new vision that can help them see the future they are building together.

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Success

Petruzzi: New Year, Same Call for Perspective on Public School Success

February 2, 2018
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Green Dot CEO Marco Petruzzi follows up on his editorial published in The 74: “I feel it’s imperative that I use this commemoration of the new year to pause and consider an aspect of our education system that has long troubled me: The way we currently measure student performance hurts students, teachers, even you and me.”

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The 74 — Petruzzi: In Growth-vs.-Proficiency Debate, Data, Trust, and Time Are Keys to True Student Performance

January 25, 2018
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Green Dot CEO Marco Petruzzi makes the case for focusing on growth over proficiency in this editorial for The 74.

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‘Locke stands for a promise’

January 24, 2018
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School leader Peggy Gutierrez shares how and why Alain LeRoy College Preparatory Academy is delivering on a promise made to the community.

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