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Talking About Skills and Learning: A Frameworks Message Memo for the Core Story of Education Project

The first in a series of interpretive reports to emerge from the FrameWorks Institute’s Core Story of Education Project, this… Read More »


Students as Allies in Improving Their Schools

What if teachers and students became steady allies rather than frequent adversaries in their daily classroom encounters? With support from… Read More »

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Student Voice Matters

In 2013, Youth on Board and the Boston Student Advisory Council launched the We are the Ones in the Classroom… Read More »


Promoting Grit, Tenacity, and Perseverance: Critical Factors for Success in the 21st Century

This paper addresses non-cognitive skills necessary to thrive int the 21st century. According to the authors, these non-cognitive skills are… Read More »

This issue brief from the New England Secondary School Consortium’s Leadership in Action series outlines why education is so important… Read More »

This video highlights the importance of real-world application to drive a deeper learning. Math used to be a struggle for 14-year-old… Read More »

This video provides 10 expectations for a student-centered learning environment. We hear often of the “high expectations” schools must have… Read More »


Leadership in Action: What are Real-World Learning Experiences?

This issue brief from the New England Secondary School Consortium’s Leadership in Action series explains that in today’s world, relevance,… Read More »


Strategies for Student-centered Discussion

Watch a teacher lead a student-centered discussion in her classroom and discuss strategies. Source Organization: Teaching Channel VISIT THE RESOURCE


Student Research for Action

From 2003 – 2006, What Kids Can Do provided competitive grants to high school students nationwide, inviting them to tackle… Read More »

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