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Empowering student-centered learning in new ways Never have my two worlds collided in such a big way. I have worked… Read More »

It’s fall 2017 in New Hampshire. The state’s Performance Assessment for Competency-based Education (PACE) system is entering its third year.… Read More »

Districts across the country are transforming educational experiences for young people by implementing personalized, student-centered approaches in their schools. While… Read More »

At the YARI Kick-Off Event last week, we welcomed into the Student-Centered Learning Research Collaborative family ten youth researchers who… Read More »

The Black Lives Matter at School “Week of Action” is February 3-7. Among the goals of the project are these:… Read More »

For most of us who work in education reform, we strive to pursue education equity and eliminate the opportunity gap… Read More »

  We believe in the power of personalized, competency-based learning because we want each and every student to learn and be challenged… Read More »

Throughout 2019, educators and researchers from across the country have shared blogs about their goals, passions, challenges and triumphs working… Read More »

  Sometimes educators can be jerks, particularly when youth are trying to teach decision-makers (school board members, school administrators, or… Read More »

Photo Credit: Grace Tatter/On Point One of the Student-Centered Learning Research Collaborative’s six Distinguished Fellows, Arria Coburn, was recently featured on WBUR’s On Point program. Coburn… Read More »

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