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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 »

The end of November is always crunch time. Between finishing projects, producing research, educating students, fighting for social justice and planning for the… Read More »

Rebecca Wolfe

Asking Big Questions

Driving home from grocery shopping the other day, my seven-year-old released a long, dramatic sigh and proceeded to tell me that, “Sometimes… Read More »

Please take this short survey by October 25th to help us understand the current use of the competencies in the field and recommendations to increase use.

Have you been looking for an educator professional development structure that builds teacher leadership and inquiry capacity, develops robust content… Read More »

Francis is the student body president. She has a 4.3 GPA. She is enrolled in honors and AP classes and… Read More »

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