In the News

Innovate Public Schools has been covered for various parts of our work in both local and national media.


Mercury News: KIPP, Rocketship charter schools in Redwood City sought by parents
San Mateo Daily Journal: Two charters seeking out Redwood City district: Parents express frustration with students’ performance in school

Founding of Innovate Public Schools

Mercury News: Two funds raise money to help Bay Area schools

District and Charter Partnership

Mercury News editorial: Franklin-McKinley agreement with charters an example for Silicon Valley and the nation
Mercury News: Unusual district/charter partnership promises all students in high-performing schools

“Broken Promises” Report

Innovate Public Schools’ first research report: “Broken Promises: The Students Left Behind in Silicon Valley Schools” garnered significant local and national news coverage.

Mercury News: In Silicon Valley, even high-achieving schools fail Latinos, report says

Edsource: Disparities in education can crush aspirations in heart of Silicon Valley

Hispanic Business: In Silicon Valley, High-achieving Schools Fail Latinos, Report Says

San Jose Inside: Silicon Valley Must Lead the Nation in Improving Public Education – By Joseph DiSalvo, a member of the Santa Clara County Office of Education’s Board of Trustees

Education Week: Latinos and Blacks Struggle in Silicon Valley Districts, Report Says

Latino Ed Beat: Report: Many Silicon Valley Latino Students Not Prepared for College

Univision: Educación en Silicon Valley falla a latinos