is a new nonprofit, but Executive Director JoEllen Lynch isn’t new to urban high school challenges. I met her in 1999 when she was running , a leading NYC youth development, education and family service agency. When the NYC DOE attacked the over-aged under-credited youth problem, they put Lynch on the case. She went on to help New York state win and implement a Race to the Top grant. Her new gig, Springpoint, was created to support .
“Our network of districts and intermediaries are working with the design principles to create new school models, ” said Lynch. “The Springpoint team provides them with highly structured and flexible support that recognizes local strength and capacity.”