3–4:30 p.m. ET
Join the growing national and regional conversation about proficiency- and competency-based learning, the school and district reform that departs from traditional Carnegie unit and seat-time requirements for students. REL Northeast & Islands researchers will present a new study on definitions and policies related to competency-based learning and implementation across the region, and a representative from the New Hampshire Department of Education will discuss the implementation of a competency-based program in several pilot districts. The webinar builds off a May 2014 Bridge Event about P/CBL hosted by the Northeast College and Career Readiness Research Alliance.
- Aubrey Scheopner Torres, PhD
Assistant Professor, Saint Anselm College; Research Consultant, REL Northeast & Islands
- Paul Leather
Deputy Commissioner of Education, New Hampshire Department of Education
- Julia Freeland
Research Fellow, Clayton Christensen Institute
- Jessica Brett
Facilitator, Northeast College and Career Readiness Research Alliance
- Joshua Cox
Researcher, Northeast College and Career Readiness Research Alliance
Members of the Northeast College and Career Readiness Research Alliance, state and local policymakers and practitioners, and researchers interested in competency-based learning and its implications.
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