From The Bush Institute: What happens when school leadership combines with best practices

Anson JacksonAnson Jackson committed to teaching middle school math in the Rio Grande Valley for two years after college because he was inspired to do something admirable. But he quickly realized that education didn’t just change lives, it had the ability “to change society for the better.”

In 2014, 10 years later, Anson is the principal of Uplift Mighty Preparatory, a tuition-free middle school in the Uplift Education public charter network of North Texas whose mission is to ensure 100 percent of its students become college-ready.

Read the full story on The Bush Institute blog.

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