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Supporting the Launch of Equitable Schools Across Texas

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Innovative and equitable schools must be designed with community support and leadership that represents the population being served. We support leaders and organizations to develop strong models that are approved as either district or state authorized schools.


Leadership is critical to the growth and development of organizations rooted in anti-racist practices.  We support leaders to help them own their stories to create stronger schools for our most underserved student populations.


In order to compete in today's choice-filled markets, school districts must start to reimagine the way their institutions are run.  We provide consulting, strategic planning and support in implementation of student-based budgeting for districts interested in launching autonomous schools.



EDreimagined was created to provide support for entrepreneurs and organizations looking to launch equitable school models.  The organization also supports districts in establishing the conditions necessary to authorize high-quality, innovative schools.


EDreimagined is led by Dr. Sukh Kaur. Most recently, Sukh led the schools strategy at City Education Partners.  She supported investments into 13,500 autonomous seats with the city’s urban core, two district partnerships and the launch of Texas’ first school incubator program. She also served as a part-time faculty professor at Trinity University teaching in the Master of Educational Leadership program.  


Sukh started her career in human rights through an international fellowship in Chile, Rwanda and India. Transitioning to education via Teach for America, Sukh served in various teaching and school leadership roles within HoustonISD.  Sukh's passion in education is rooted in creating an equitable playing field for all students and empowering educators to design world class school models for our most underserved populations in partnership with community. 

Dr. Kaur received her BA from Rice University in Political Science, her MBA from Rice University's Educational Entrepreneurship Program and her EdD from Vanderbilt University in K-12 Educational Leadership.