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.

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This tool was designed to help districts and schools select ed-tech products that are based on solid research on learning… Read More »

This article outlines the plans of the EdTech Genome Project, a collaborative effort of more than 100 education research and… Read More »

This article calls on parents to advocate for student-centered learning. Written by a fellow parent, it outlines the advantages of… Read More »

In this article, teachers from Science Leadership Academy, a public magnet school in Philadelphia committed to project-based learning, share the… Read More »


3 Steps to Rethink Failure

This article focuses on the important role failure plays in the creation of future success. It outlines three steps educators can… Read More »

This article provides an overview of a report focused on recruiting and retaining black male teachers. The report, “Having Our… Read More »


Culturally Responsive Schools

This issue of ASCD Express focuses on ways to build culturally responsive schools. It features articles on several related topics… Read More »


The Role of School Librarians in OER Curation

Librarians can play an important role in expanding the use of Open Educational Resources (OER) to support student-centered curriculum. This… Read More »


The Best Edtech for Students Is Backed by Research

In this article, researchers draw on their experience studying technology and learning to offer advice on selecting effective ed-tech products.… Read More »


Leaders to Learn From Report

This yearly report from Education Week recognizes excellence in school district leadership. The report identifies some of the nation’s most… Read More »

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