"The switch at Travis Heights has been in the making for nearly three years. Austin Interfaith, a coalition of schools, churches and unions, and district labor group Education Austin ...reached out to 100 campuses before they found a partner in Travis Heights willing to become a charter.
Their volunteers then went door-to-door, garnering support and hosting school meetings to find out what parents and teachers wanted in a school. They reached 90 percent of the school's households and got 99 percent support from parents and 97 percent support from staff...."
Switch to Charter Means More Innovation at Travis Heights, Austin American Statesman
How Travis Heights Elementary Could Change Schools in Austin, KUT News
AISD's First Homegrown Charter School Promises Real Life Lessons, KVUE & KHOU News
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