CCE staff and partner reflections on our collaborative work to create schools where learning is engaging and rewarding, and every student is set up for success.
The Top 5 Blog Posts of 2017
It's been a great year for the blog. We've increased our viewership by 144%, we've featured a number of amazing guest writers, and we've truly enjoyed engaging in some exciting conversations around education and equity. To cap off 2017, we're rounding up our most popular blog posts of the year. Let's take a look.
EPL Program Director Diana Lebeaux shows how even the most highly-constrained schools can redesign their schedule to better suit students' needs.
Christy Kingham at the Young Women's Leadership School of Astoria in New York shares how her school made the shift to a mastery-based model that gives students a variety of opportunities to master their skills.
James Noonan shows how standardized testing contributes to school segregation, and how MCIEA's School Quality Measures framework seeks to change that.
Andrew Minigan of the Right Question Institute shows how the Question Formulation Technique helps students form questions to help drive their learning.
1.) Beyond Test Scores by James Noonan
MCIEA Project Director James Noonan introduces the School Quality Measures, a new measurement system that provides more nuance and authenticity when gauging school performance.