This policy brief presents a series of recommendations for building public will in support of student-centered learning, including policy priorities that can help to expand its practices more broadly at the local, state, and federal level. It incorporates profiles of schools and programs which illustrate the power of student-centered learning in action.
A growing body of evidence points to the efficacy of student-centered approaches in closing achievement gaps while also raising the bar for all students. This research, combined with the advent of the new Every Student Succeeds Act, provides major new opportunities for states and local school districts to reconsider how they can best provide educational opportunities for all students through student-centered approaches.
Source Organization: The Nellie Mae Education Foundation