The Digital Promise League of Innovative Schools is a national network that connects and supports the most forward-thinking leaders in education.
League members represent more than 150 districts in 38 states serving more than 4.4 million students. Their diverse experiences reflect the advancements, challenges, and vital work of public education in the United States.
The League of Innovative Schools was launched at the White House under President Barack Obama within the U.S. Department of Education.
Digital Promise works at the intersection of education leaders, researchers, and entrepreneurs and developers to improve learning with the power of technology. By collaborating on shared priorities, the League spearheads innovative learning and leadership practices to achieve equitable outcomes for every student. To that end, the League aims to:
Design, validate, champion, and scale effective, innovative learning opportunities to advance equity and excellence for every student.
Superintendents are the core members of the League. However, superintendents may invite other members of their district team to participate in League activities. Membership in the League is for superintendents who demonstrate a proven track record and/or willingness to:
Members of the League are selected through a two-part application process and sign the membership charter upon joining. Candidates are selected based on the following factors:
Learn more about League district members.
The recruitment cycle for the 2022-2023 cohort has ended. Visit the application page for updates and to learn more about applying in the future.
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