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Creative Transitions Initiative

This report, on the Creative Transitions Initiative, demonstrated that arts programs, although very brief, can be valued by young people and… Read More »

This report provides a critical foundation for the delivery of student-centered learning by exploring three questions: How is student-centered learning… Read More »

Presentation, Webinar

Starting Community-based Organizing Efforts Around Education

Lewis Finfer, the director of the Massachusetts Communities Action Network , and Camelle Scott-Mujahid, the director of Teach Our Children… Read More »


What Does Deeper Learning Look Like?

In this video, you meet the students and teachers of City Arts and Education Technology (CAT). The high school experience… Read More »


Global Best Practices

This tool is a practical, action-oriented self-assessment for secondary schools. It was developed for the New England Secondary School Consortium.… Read More »


Walk in our Shoes

The Providence Student Union invited local politicians and public leaders to make the 2.96 mile walk to school necessitated by… Read More »


What if the students were teachers?

Youth in Action, a community-based, student-centered non-profit in Providence, Rhode Island, organized an event with pre-service teachers where students acted… Read More »


Assessing Their Own Work: Students as Active Participants

This video, part of a playlist of student-centered ideas showcases how students can be active participants in assessing their own… Read More »


The Glossary of Education Reform

The Glossary of Education Reform ( is a public, online resource that defines and describes major terms, concepts, and strategies… Read More »


“More than a Test Score” Campaign

The Providence Student Union challenged local community leaders to take an abbreviated version of the NECAP test (a graduation requirement).… Read More »

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