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What is KEYS?

The National Education Association and New Products and Programs Department’s “Keys to Excellence for Your Schools” (KEYS) program is being offered as an assessment instrument to targeted priority schools in the NEA Priority Schools Campaign.

The What is KEYs document explains what this program is, the processes involved, and the value-added benefits of adopting and implementing this program by schools and districts.

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  1. Michigan’s Renaissance Starts with Reinvesting in Public Education : Priority Schools Campaign April 4, 20125:14 pm

    [...] used to help the school community “figure it out” was the National Education Association’s Keys to Excellence for Your School (KEYS) program, which allowed educators and school administrators to focus their attention on making [...]
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