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Ignite Real Opportunity.

For more than a decade, Leading Educators has helped passionate people like you meet students' big dreams with teaching that prepares them for the future they deserve.

Build Capacity Where It Counts.

Foster Thriving, Change-Ready Schools.

We believe in designing realistic solutions for complex instructional challenges, building the structures, habits, and leadership for meaningful impact beyond test scores. That’s how our partners get better results for students, faster than ever before.

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100% of system-level instructional leaders

say Leading Educators has increased their capacity as a leader for equity.

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4 Rigorous Studies

demonstrate best-in-class student outcomes that last, surpassing the difference of most leading alternatives for accelerated learning.

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196,000+ Students

supported with more grade-appropriate, equitable instruction this year in partner schools nationwide. Students report a greater sense of belonging, improved self-efficacy, stronger student-teacher relationships.


13,000+ Teachers

influenced to create change in classrooms at 395 schools this year. Teachers are gaining access to vetted curricula, building understanding of their mindsets and practice, and collaborating more frequently around grade-appropriate and equitable lessons.

Expand Access, Realize Potential.

School is about more than learning academic skills. It should offer students the chance to grow into their fullest selves, inclusive of who they are and where they come from.

That’s why we coach and train teachers to approach their lessons through a vision called Teaching for Equity. Teachers can expand students’ agency and access by affirming their strengths and identities, cultivating productive learning habits, and helping them connect more deeply with others.

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“When I compare the schools with and without LE support, there is a very noticeable difference in outcomes. The LE team is flexible in adjusting as needed to meet the needs of the schools. In addition, the LE team has shared ideas that are coherent, appropriate, and always challenging instruction to improve.”
Andres Flores, Local District Secondary Math Coordinator at Los Angeles USD

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Looking for ideas to try? Want perspectives on what it takes to make real change happen and stick? Check out new stories and advice on our blog every month, written and curated by people like you.

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