Minority Groups

This article discusses the importance of maintaining conversations about equity as the field moves towards more learner-centered models. It makes compelling arguments for… Read More »

What Kids Can Do has created a list of resources that offer teachers a good place to start the conversations… 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 »

Subscribe to the Students at the Center Mailing List View the September 2014 newsletter for the latest publications, articles, tools, and… Read More »

Today, we know more than ever about how students learn. Education researchers have identified key components of college and career… Read More »

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What is Student-Centered Learning? (brochure)

Why should education be one-size fits all? Learning doesn’t stop when the final bell rings. Does your brain only work… Read More »

With a distinct focus on personalization and student engagement, Impact Academy of Arts and Technology High School (Impact Academy) stands… Read More »

At Life Academy of Health and Biosciences (Life Academy) in Oakland, California, student voice and choice drives every decision: what… Read More »

In this report, the Stanford Center for Opportunity Policy in Education (SCOPE) explores student-centered learning practices at Dozier-Libbey Medical High… Read More »

Students at the Center paper Latino/a and Black Students and Mathematics (Gutiérrez and Irving) asks readers to rethink the problem… Read More »

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