Bringing the Four Principles Together
Welcome to the Resources page! Here, you will find high-quality educational materials that have been selected by the Students at the Center team.
The Ten Principles for Building a High-Quality System of Assessments, a collaborative effort led by Jobs for the Future (JFF), and endorsed by 19 organizations and experts from education, research, workforce, and policy fields, provides a comprehensive … Read More »
This report, Developing a Modern Teacher Workforce: Federal Policy Recommendations for Professional Learning and Supporting Future-Focused, Competency-Based Education Systems, addresses… Read More »
This brief explores the differences between digitized and digital curriculum. Digitized content is barely altered from its original analog form,… Read More »
The National Commission on Social, Emotional, and Academic Development was created to engage and energize communities in re-envisioning learning to… Read More »
In this article from ASCD Education Update, the authors explore ways to assess student learning when using a design thinking… Read More »
This article looks at Brooklyn Laboratory Charter School which is successfully serving a large number of students with learning disabilities, in part… Read More »
This article looks at the schools in New York City that are using a mastery-based education model. These schools tend… Read More »
This article in the New York Times showcases the winners of a contest asking students to connect what they are… Read More »
In partnership with Education Reimagined, TLTalkRadio hosts Randy Ziegenfuss and Lynn Fuini-Hetten host this podcast focused on learner-centered learning and… Read More »
This Education Week special report offers practical examples of student-centered strategies to help schools better meet the personal and academic… Read More »
Schoolwide social and emotional learning (SEL) engages the entire school community in creating caring, motivating, and equitable learning environments that… Read More »
October 9, 2019
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