Great Schools Partnership News
Published October 11, 2016
By Tanya Paperny
Three hours from Portland, Maine, and two hours from the state capital of Augusta, picturesque Deer Isle has two towns on it (Deer Isle and Stonington), a combined year-round population of about 2,500 people, and not a single fast-food chain—or any chain store for that matter. Those who live beyond the … Read Full Article →
Published October 18, 2016
By Sean Cavanagh
On Mondays at Luella Middle School, the big, broad goal of “personalized learning” gets distilled down to a simple concept: Students who need extra help get it.
All students at the school in the Henry County system in Georgia spend an entire day once a week with access to additional academic support. The decisions about … Read Full Article →
Over the past decade, the movement to adopt proficiency-based approaches to teaching, learning, and graduating has gained momentum throughout New England and the country, as more educators, parents, employers, and elected officials recognize that high educational standards and strong academic preparation are essential to success in today’s world.
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- Build internal leadership capacity;
- Learn about and develop specific strategies to effectively implement proficiency-based learning with emphasis on policy, practice and community … Read Full Article →