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At City Arts and Technology High School in California, college readiness isn’t just a goal—it’s an expectation.
A series of studies commissioned by Nellie Mae examine how to ensure that all students – especially those who are underserved – get an opportunity to reach college and career readiness.
A student-centered approach to blended instruction can have a positive impact on achievement and 21st century skills, and may narrow the achievement gap for underserved populations.
Can student-centered instruction bolster engagement in high school mathematics classrooms?
What does it really take for today’s students to succeed in college and career?
How can a global curriculum help close the achievement gap?
High Tech High is using student-centered approaches to equip students with 21st century skills.
Deeper learning—a process by which students acquire critical thinking, self-management, and communication skills, among other 21st century competencies—is positively tied to future health, education, and work.
Textbooks, chalkboards, and desks were the hallmarks of 20th century schooling. Today’s best schools are borderless community learning centers.
Every day, the world is growing more complex and demanding. Today’s students need new skills that will equip them for success in the global economy.
How are school and district leaders supporting the integration of 21st century skills into public education?
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