"As a high school, we are part of a broader K-12 system that helps us get to know many of our families over many years," Springfield International Charter School Principal Brendan Dwyer wrote in a recent article for EdPost. "We put our students’ well-being at the forefront of our planning. The firm relationships we’ve formed over the years offer evidence of our successful approach."
Springfield International Charter School was invited to join a REMIQS research study and the motivation to participate was clear. "Taking part in this research will identify and make public [Springfield International Charter School's] features, practices, policies and procedures that help these groups graduate from high school and succeed in postsecondary education," Dwyer said.
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