Now that it’s November, we at Education Evolving are focused on our upcoming Teacher-Powered Schools National Conference. Kicking off November 30 in Boston, the conference is the culmination of months of planning, and an opportunity to convene a national network of teachers designing and leading student-centered schools.
With that in mind, we’re taking a break from the blog until we get to the other side of this event.
While we’re out, we hope you’ll check out some of our recent publications:
- Last week, we published our report, Defining & Measuring Student-Centered Outcomes, which reviews the outcomes that researchers, students, educators, families, and communities indicate are important, and describes the array of emerging strategies for measuring them. The report also presents a cohesive vision and specific next steps for states, school and district learning communities, and individual students and families wanting to move toward more student-centered outcomes.
- Last month, we updated our briefing memo summarizing and analyzing school quality/student success measures selected by each state, DC, and Puerto Rico as part of their ESSA accountability plans.
We’ll get back to regular posting after the conference as we gear up for next year’s legislative session. Until then.
-The team at Education Evolving