Welcome to the i3 Community

The i3 program aims to develop and expand practices that accelerate student achievement and prepare every student to succeed in college and in their careers.

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Grantees: 143 | Development | Validation | Scale-up
States: 48
Students Served: 870,000

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i3/EIR 2018 Project Directors Meeting Agenda and Slides

The i3/EIR 2018 Project Directors Meeting took place on June 11 and 12 at the Renaissance Hotel in Washington, DC. 

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Financial Sustainability: Earned, Not Given

"Financial Sustainability: Earned, not Given," a White Paper from the EIR Program Dissemination Project, explores financial sustainability from the experiences of two i3/EIR organizations.

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Resource Series: Connecting the Dots Between High School and College to Ensure Students Success

The College Access and Succes Community hosted a public webinar focused on ways in which practitioners can develop resources and network with colleges to ensure their students seemlessly transition to college. Read on to access associated resources and tools!

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Resource Series: Leading Education Innovation in Rural Schools

The i3/EIR Improving Rural Achievement Community held a webinar to share information from the Leading Education Innovations in Rural Schools: Reflections from i3 Grantees, a resource developed by the Community in 2017. Read on to access associated resources!

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STEM and Ed Tech Community Call on National Science Foundation Funding

The i3/EIR STEM and Ed Tech community held a call on leveraging US Department of Education and National Science Foundation (NSF) grants to sustain, adapt and/or scale programs. 

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Rapid Prototyping Workshop

This article captures the invigorating discussion at the Rapid Prototyping Workshop in Washington, DC. 

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Winners of the 2016 i3 Grant Competition

U.S. Department of Education has announced the winners of the 2016 i3 Grant Competition. Click the link to find the grants who won.

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