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The Boston Collaboratory School is a new, fully developed school model that seeks to empower Boston students through mindfulness practices and flexible, collaborative learning. All it needs is a place to call home.
The Center for Collaborative Education is thrilled to be releasing the first post in our brand new Student Voice Blog Series. In this feature, we hear from an 11th grade student at Somerville High School in Massachusetts. Stay tuned for more student voices!
Turning a newly cleaned 203 pumpkin into a beautiful coach that will whisk uncertain learners toward the magic of learning takes the help of many including my family, colleagues and team members.
If equity is relegated to a strand or track at every conference without also being integrally, centrally located in each track, then we are not providing the impetus to prioritize it.
“We want to see kids value themselves. I think it's about honoring the strengths that all kids have so that we can support them in feeling good about their assets." The Essex County Learning Community brings teachers together to create better learning experiences for students with learning differences.
It can often be hard to find positivity in a chaotic world. Our staff reflects on the little things in their communities that are inspiring them and giving them hope for a brighter future.
The Holmes School has fared poorly in past years on the state’s standardized test. However, this assessment is based on a single measure which is most closely correlated with parental income and race. What is going on inside the school is exciting. While most schools experiencing these results might double down on test prep in English language arts and math, the Holmes has chosen a different, radical route.