Creating and supporting equitable learning environments
Building educators’ capacity to promote collaborative, democratic teaching and learning
Catalyzing systemic change in states, districts and schools
The Center for Collaborative Education (CCE) is a nonprofit organization established in 1994 to promote innovative models of schools and to engage in related activities that increase justice and opportunity for all learners.
Colorblind Education Is the 'Wrong Response'
August 25, 2015
| Dan French, Center for Collaborative Education & Warren Simmons, Annenberg Institute for School Reform at Brown University | Education Week
"All of us must work harder to create schools that embrace students and families of all backgrounds, rather than places where some are asked to leave their cultures, languages, and experiences outside the schoolhouse door."
Promising Practices and Unfinished Business: Fostering Equity and Excellence for Black and Latino Males
The second of a pair of studies commissioned by Boston Public Schools (BPS), examines four Boston public schools in which Black and Latino male students are doing comparably better than their peers. It features case studies that identify promising educational models, policies, and practices associated with increased engagement and improved outcomes for Black and Latino males in BPS.
Performance Assessment for Competency Education Pilot
March 9, 2015
The Center for Collaborative Education is pleased to have partnered with the New Hampshire Dept. of Education (NHDOE) as it pursued and obtained U.S. Dept. of Education approval to pilot a first-in-the-nation accountability strategy, Performance Assessment for Competency Education (PACE), in four school districts. The PACE pilot design reintegrates assessment and accountability by using a balance of multiple measures including local and cross-district performance assessments embedded in a student's day-to-day work, rather than only using standardized tests.