Center for Collaborative Education and Education Resource Strategies prepared the report, The Path Forward: School Autonomy and Its Implications for the Future of Boston’s Public Schools, for the Boston Public Schools with the support of the Boston Foundation. The report explores the effects of current school autonomy structures on Boston's public school operations and leadership. Watch a video of the forum and a video that accompanied the report.
CCE's Quality Performance Assessment Summer Institute will be held from July 14-17, 2014 in Boston, MA More info
21 teachers graduate from the Worcester English Language Learner Teacher Residency Program, a program that gives existing teachers and instructional assistants the chance to earn a master's of education degree and their license to teach English as a second language. The program is a collaboration between Cambridge College, the Worcester public schools and the Boston-based Center for Collaborative Education.
CCE is awarded 5 year, $4.8 million Federal grant. U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan announced that more than $13 million in grants has been awarded to 20 projects under the School Leadership Program which supports the development, enhancement, and expansion of innovative programs to recruit, train, and mentor principals and assistant principals for high-need schools and districts.
CCE's Quality Performance Assessment Initiative featured in Teacher Learning Through Assessment - How Student-Performance Assessments Can Support Teacher Learning by Linda Darling-Hammond and Beverly Falk September 2013
CCE’s Quality Performance Assessment: A Guide for Schools and Districts was released in November 2012 and available for purchase from Amazon.
For more information, please view
our QPA Overview video or visit qualityperformanceassessment.org.