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As part of a two-post series, this article overviews a recent gathering of national, state and local leaders from nine… Read More »

This article highlights a recent report commissioned by Jobs for the Future (authored by Sharon Vaughn, director of the Meadows Center… Read More »

What would schools look like if they were designed around the needs of students? That’s the question that drives the… Read More »

In “Curricular Opportunities in the Digital Age,” a paper for the Students at the Center project, David Rose and I… Read More »

While policymakers often use the phrase “college and career readiness” to describe the goals of K-12 education, the truth is… Read More »

­My youngest brother’s senior year of high school—in a public school in New Jersey—was also my first year running a… Read More »

Students at the Center has just launched a new research series on competency education. Competency education is both a core… Read More »

In spring 2014, seniors at Hudson High School for Learning Technologies in NYC worked on a semester-long independent study project… Read More »

Mamadou Ndiaye

PISA in Context

The confetti has been swept up, the cheering quieted, and the headaches dissipated. New Year’s celebrations? No, the release of… Read More »

Paul Tough’s new book, How Children Succeed: Grit, Curiosity, and the Hidden Power of Character, is about the importance of… Read More »

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