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How Teachers Can Make Competency-Based Education the New Normal - Education Week

While an education system focused on efficiency instead of proficiency makes it difficult to ensure each student is on track, teachers can take steps to create learner-centered classrooms, says Mary Tkatchov. ...read more Education Week: Curriculum & Instruction
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Surveying the Field: What Should (and Shouldn't) Personalized Learning Look Like? - Education Week

We asked educators, experts, and critics two simple questions. One finding became clear: "personalized learning" still means many different things to many different people. ...read more Education Week: Curriculum & Instruction
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Messy, Hectic, and Exciting: A Very Ambitious Statewide Personalized Learning Experiment - Education Week

Schools in Vermont are making adjustments in curricula, teaching approaches, and school schedules to meet the expectations of a relatively new personalized learning law. ...read more Education Week: Curriculum & Instruction
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LISTEN: Irreconcilable Differences: A Clash Over Academics at D.C. School for Young Black Men (Raising Kings, Ep. 3) - Education Week

At Ron Brown, lofty ideals are crashing headlong into reality. 40 of the school's 100 9th graders are on track to fail. And the faculty are revolting against the district's grading policies. ...read more Education Week: Curriculum & Instruction
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New Mexico Moves to Defuse Outrage Over Science Standards - Education Week

New Mexico's public education secretary said last week the state will adopt widely used school science standards in their entirety in response to public outrage over proposed changes that omitted references to global warming, evolution, and the Earth's age. ...read more Education Week: Curriculum & Instruction
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