Results from a Two-Year Study of the Effects of Extended Learning Opportunities on Student Outcomes in New Hampshire
What are the effects of ELO participation on short-term and longer-term student outcomes?
Is Maine on track to see 70% of eleventh grade students proficient in reading and math by 2019?
Accompanying appendices for "Looking Under the Hood of Competency-Based Education" report.
What is the relationship between competency-based education practices and students' learning skills, behaviors, and dispositions?
This brief outlines policy recommendations for supporting student-centered learning at the local, state, and federal level.
What does student-centered learning look like in New England high schools?
How can flipped learning support English language learners?
How can educators leverage technology supports to support student-centered learning?
Educate Maine sets college and career achievement goals for 2019.
States can play a big role in helping districts shape conditions to scale up personalized learning.
This document serves as a first step in identifying the knowledge, skills, and dispositions that educators need in order to create and thrive in effective personalized, learner-centered environments.
This paper describes effective strategies to convert traditional, one-size-fits-all models of education into more personalized, competency-based learning environments to meet students' needs.
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.
This brief highlights findings from a study of 12 Massachusetts high schools with high dropout rates that developed online credit recovery programs as part of the "MassGrad" initiative.
Blended learning can be a powerful tool in a competency-based curriculum, allowing for deeper, more personalized student learning.
The rise of competency education will require policy change at many levels to remove time-based barriers that make it difficult to build a student-centered education system.
Can student-centered instruction bolster engagement in high school mathematics classrooms?
This paper examines the equity concerns in competency education through the lens of family income - exploring the effects and implications, as well as proposing potential mitigations.
Many countries are taking steps away from a time-based educational structure to one based upon personalization and competency.