Students Take Charge

This article takes a look at two models of assessment in student-centered classrooms to find out what’s working. There are now hundreds of schools, dozens of districts, and at least 15 states actively striving for a student-centered learning system, but if kids are in charge, how do you know they’re learning? Since assessments can factor in everything from school rankings to teacher salaries, how this new style of learning is translated into an evaluation of progress will be crucial to determining whether or not it can be implemented on a large scale.

Source Organization: Scholastic

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