Guest Post

How Building and Using Assessments for Learning Support the Entire Education System

By Winsome Waite, PhD
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Guest Post

Fostering Teacher Collaboration in PLCS

Edited from an article that appeared in the March 2011 edition of Kappan magazine.
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Guest Post

Our PLCs aren’t leading to results! What can we do?

By Stephanie Hirsh
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Events

Strengthening Assessment Literacy to Increase Student Achievement

The Learning Forward Summer Institute, taking place July 19-22, 2018, in Portland, OR, is focused on Committing to Equity and Excellence. During this three-day event, participants will engage in the...
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Guest Post

Building the Foundation of College and Career Readiness

How a new, free AI tool from IBM is supporting standards-aligned instruction in K-5 math
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Article

Ensuring the quality and consistency of courses is fundamental to fixing high school

Annually, the Fordham Institute brings together education policymakers from leading organizations to discuss current issues facing our nation's schools in what they call a Wonk-athon. This year, the...
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Article

Practicing What We Preach

A commitment to equity and closing the achievement gap is at the center of our work at CenterPoint. We believe that opportunity starts in the classroom, so we work hand in hand with educators and...
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Article

How Teacher Engagement, High Expectations, and Student Ownership Creates Rigor in the Classroom

The term “rigor,” when used in an educational context, is often misinterpreted and/or misunderstood. Some believe rigor means more homework, impossible assignments, or being rigid about what students...
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Guest Post

Unlocking the Power of Data

By: Brennan McMahon Parton, director of policy and advocacy at the Data Quality Campaign
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Guest Post

Supporting Student Achievement: Data-Driven Actions for Charter Board Members

“Alice: Would you tell me, please, which way I ought to go from here? The Cheshire Cat: That depends a good deal on where you want to get to. Alice: I don't much care where. The Cheshire Cat: Then it...
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