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Both teachers and students will benefit when we make the shift to authentic professional development. Micro-credentials offer an opportunity to recognize and celebrate what teachers are learning, and encourages them to transfer their learning to their students.
To help build a more comprehensive system for measuring school quality that goes beyond test scores, the Massachusetts Consortium for Innovative Educational Assessment asked people who had a close-up view of what happens day-to-day in schools – teachers, principals, district administrators, family members, and students – what made a good school.
Rosann Tung shows how leaders in education are coming together to disrupt systems of oppression that target young men of color.
Our Eight for Equity! series continues with a roundup of eight of our favorite videos, articles, tools, and resources for advancing educational equity.
Richard Feistman shows how districts can turn program evaluation from a daunting task into a powerful tool for growth.
We are excited to announce the launch of a new blog series, Eight for Equity!, featuring a roundup of eight of our favorite videos, articles, tools, and resources for advancing educational equity.
The complexity of the family-school relationship is so unique and ever-changing that pre-made, one-size-fits-all programs cannot accomplish the goals so many schools have for engaging families. Rather than a program, success lies in developing an ongoing process at the local level for systematically evaluating the needs of families and staff and then providing programs to meet those needs.