Iowa’s Clinton Community School District has incorporated two cutting-edge programs into its learning environment. The Innovation Classroom, the first of its kind in a U.S. public high school, enables teachers to partner technology resources with inquiry-based, collaborative learning. The district also has implemented a RtI process by which schools use data to identify the academic and behavioral support needed for each student. In addition, student progress is monitored to improve educational outcomes. We spoke with Superintendent Deborah A. Olson about what the district has achieved.