This week, nearly 250 education leaders from across the country toured our schools to meet students, learn from teachers and see programs in action.
The visit was part of the League of Innovative Schools, a national coalition of forward-thinking school districts organized by Digital Promise, an independent, nonprofit authorized by Congress to accelerate innovation in education.
“We are incredibly proud of the innovative work our students and teachers are doing, and we are excited to share it with our colleagues,” said Superintendent Susan Enfield.
Attendees toured McMicken Heights Elementary, Chinook Middle School, Raisbeck Aviation High School and Puget Sound Skills Center. At each school, students shared their personal experiences as Highline students and led tours of their schools,
The League includes 102 school districts in 33 states, representing nearly three million students. The full list of members is on the Digital Promise website.