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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.

Learn more about our vetting process here. Our curation process is ongoing, so let us know what we should include.

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TERC

TERC is an independent, research-based organization dedicated to engaging and inspiring all students through stimulating curricula and programs designed to… Read More »

This article introduces a new national survey released by Achieve in December 2014. The report surveyed over 1,300 recent public… Read More »

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Edutopia: Comprehensive Assessment

The Comprehensive Assessment portion of the Edutopia website connects educators to a large number of Edutopia resources, including articles, discussions,… Read More »

This policy bulletin is based on A New Era for Educational Assessment, published by Students at the Center. The report… 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 »

Competency education is attracting significant interest as a promising way to help meet our national priority of ensuring that all… Read More »

Heather Cole of Pittsfield Middle-High School talks about her extended learning opportunity working for the Pittsfield Police Academy.

Portland students Kate Pontius and Hallie Repeta explain what student-centered learning looks like in Portland, Maine.

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 »

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