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May 22, 2021

Plugged In | 5.21.21 – Transforming Learning through Competency-Based Education

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Transforming Learning through Competency-Based Education
Transforming Learning through Competency-Based Education
Teaching and learning are changing drastically in the wake of COVID-19, and once-skeptical K-12 system and school leaders are increasingly responding to students’ academic needs with competency-based learning models. State boards of education and other state leaders should examine the rationale and structures that underpin these student-centered solutions and work to transform their systems. Aurora Institute President and CEO Susan Patrick makes the case in the latest issue of The State Education Standard, published by the National Association of State Boards of Education.
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2021 Aurora Institute Symposium

2021 Aurora Institute Virtual Symposium

October 25-27, 2021 | Presented Virtually
The 2021 Aurora Institute Virtual Symposium will run October 25-27. We will open registration with early-bird rates in June. In the meantime, we’re updating the Symposium website with details about the annual convening. The preliminary agenda is live. You can find it here. We’re making regular updates, so be sure to watch this page. The annual symposium is the field’s largest gathering of education innovators who are working in schools, districts, and statehouses to transform the future of teaching and learning in K-12 education. This year’s event will feature a host of new session formats and even more student voice as learners from around the country will co-lead multiple sessions. Stay tuned.
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Education Domain Blog

Where Did the Teachers of Color Go? Decolonizing Education Starts with Teacher Diversity
Where Did the Teachers of Color Go? Decolonizing Education Starts with Teacher Diversity
We need teachers who are from the community and share a common culture to present material in a relevant way. At a time when the pandemic has shown us so much inequity among students, we should also be looking at grave teacher inequities. The question then becomes, “Where did all the teachers of color go?” A guest post from Kim Lanoy-Sandoval offers analysis.
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Center for Policy and Advocacy April 2021 Updates
The Aurora Institute Center for Policy and Advocacy has compiled a resource on the latest developments in federal and state education policy. Around the nation, the center is watching graduation requirements shift in Alabama and Massachusetts, assessment issues in California and Texas, and pandemic recovery in Illinois and Minnesota. The legislative updates include actions in 13 states on matters related to education innovation.
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Featured Resource

Strategies for Shifting to Student-Centered Learning from the Aurora Institute Annual Survey

Aurora Institute Annual Survey Results

Each year the Aurora Institute conducts a survey of our network of members, event attendees, and stakeholders in our database as an important source of information from the field about our policy and practice work. On our CompetencyWorks blog, Research Director Eliot Levine has begun a series unpacking the results. The first post summarizes results from the first question, “What strategies, resources, or tools (including tech tools or platforms) have been most helpful in shifting to student-centered, anytime, anywhere learning?” The second question was “What is one successful practice you would recommend for schools and districts in the coming school year.” This yielded 101 practice suggestions, which are reported in the second post. Watch the CompetencyWorks blog for more analysis from this year’s survey.
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Plugged In Headlines: News About Education Transformation


 

 

Innovative School Models

Perspective | Time for education to meet the student, and not the other way around
Education NC

4 Steps for Humanizing Personalized Learning
EdSurge

Working in Community to Make Community-Centered Education Work in Windsor
Innovative Education in VT

Pandemic pivot: How a CTE high school spread SEL across curriculum
K-12 Dive

OPINION: Why every high school student needs a work-based experience
The Hechinger Report

School Isn’t About Classes, It’s About Learning
Getting Smart

Why durable skills are the next big thing
eSchoolNews

COVID-19

How the Pandemic Prompted Teachers to Give Students More Flexibility, Choice (in Charts)
Education Week

Catching Up When You Started Behind
Institute of Education Sciences

Perspective | Collaboration and innovation in a pandemic offer promise for a new direction
Education NC

Education Through the Pandemic: From California’s Disappearing Kindergarteners to Arkansas’ Push to Test and Evaluate 95% of Students, 9 Ways States Are Confronting COVID Learning Loss
The 74

STUDENT VOICE: Once schools reopen fully, some lessons from distance learning will endure
The Hechinger Report

Education Policy

Why Grading Policies For Equity Matter More Than Ever
KQED MindShift

Analysis: How Do You Measure a Year? How States Should Assess Student Learning in a Pandemic
The 74

A New Bipartisan Education Agenda
FutureEd

Biden’s pre-K plan is a bipartisan opportunity to serve the nation’s children
The Hill

Educator Workforce

What Black Men Need From Schools to Stay in the Teaching Profession
Education Week

Has COVID-19 Led to a Mass Exodus of Superintendents?
Education Week

I Started Teaching During the Pandemic. Here’s What I Learned
Education Week

Why Teachers Leave—or Don’t: A Look at the Numbers
Education Week

Educational Equity

Preparing Students of Color for the Future Workforce
Center for American Progress

On Brown v. Board anniversary, white Americans must still wrestle with legacy of racism
USA Today

Why Two Superintendents of Mostly White Districts Are Actively Fighting Anti-Black Racism
Education Week

Does Your District’s Way of Decisionmaking Reinforce Systemic Racism?
Education Week

Broadband Connectivity

FCC approves $7B broadband connectivity fund
CNet

Aurora Institute in the News


Transforming Learning through Competency-Based Education – via NASBE Standard

Why Competence-Based Education Is Necessary For The Future Of Work – via Forbes

School districts must learn from history, not repeat it– via K-12 Dive

Educators Moving Away from Seat Time for Mastery-Based Education – via Tech & Learning

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Our Center for Policy  leads the multi-stage evolution of policy necessary for the growth of effective student-centered learning models toward the goals of high-quality learning and equity. Our policy priorities are designed to ensure the nation’s education system is fit for purpose and help move states forward from their current state of education to future systems.
CompetencyWorks
CompetencyWorks is an online resource dedicated to K-12 competency-based education. Drawing on lessons learned by innovators, we share knowledge through a practice-focused blog, research reports on emerging issues, policy advocacy, and resources curated from across the field.
The Aurora Institute hosts a resource library containing more than 200 materials. Working collaboratively with diverse experts in the field, the Aurora Institute produces reports, books, policy briefs, blog posts, webinars, and related resources on key topics and tough issues that equip and empower educators and leaders to catalyze and scale personalized, next-generation learning models.
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May 17, 2021

REMINDER – Aurora Institute Webinar 5/20/21 – Deepening Project-Based Learning: Lessons from Powerful New Research and Practice

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A webinar from the neo-liberals.

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WEBINAR ANNOUNCEMENT

Deepening Project-Based Learning: Lessons from Powerful New Research and Practice

May 20, 2021 | 2 PM ET / 11 AM PT
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As we seek to shift the U.S. system of education toward competency-based education, project-based learning (PBL) offers a powerful strategy for greater student engagement and more authentic learning inside and outside the classroom. But does it work? And what are its implications for change at the school and district levels?

Please join a presentation and discussion on Thursday, May 20, 2021, at 2 – 3 PM ET / 11 AM -12 PM PT to hear from Lucas Education Research, the Aurora Institute, school and district leaders, and educators at the forefront of future-focused learning about powerful new evidence of the impact of project-based learning across grades, subjects, and subgroups. Gain insights to advance project-based learning practices in your school, district, or other setting. Highlights will include:

New Evidence

Four newly released, peer-reviewed research papers show that rigorous project-based learning in U.S. public schools has a strong and positive impact on student outcomes across content areas, grade levels, and various subgroups of students.

Equity

Researchers conducted these studies in diverse districts with large percentages of traditionally underserved students, indicating that project-based learning can be a powerful lever for improving equity in U.S. schools.

Systems Change

Adoption of project-based learning challenges the present modes of teaching, curriculum, assessment, accountability, and more. What does the new evidence contribute to our understanding of how to set and support the conditions for competency-based education at the local, district, and state levels—especially as we look ahead to promoting better in-person learning experiences post-pandemic?

 

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May 7, 2021

Plugged In | 5.7.21 – New Education Policy Updates, Upcoming PBL Webinar and More

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An item from the neo-liberals to finish off the week.

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Center for Policy and Advocacy Updates
Center for Policy and Advocacy April 2021 Updates
The Aurora Institute Center for Policy and Advocacy has compiled a resource on the latest developments in federal and state education policy. The latest update includes a look at educational investments of the American Family Plan, President Biden’s proposed FY22 discretionary budget, and a new federal clearinghouse sharing best practices for school reopenings. Around the nation, the center is watching graduation requirements shift in Alabama and Massachusetts; assessment issues in California and Texas; and pandemic recovery in Illinois and Minnesota. The legislative updates include actions in 13 states on matters related to education innovation.
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Upcoming Events
Aurora frequently hosts webinars and convenings with the field’s leading experts to explore trends, tackle pressing problems of practice and policy, and share emerging knowledge from research. The following opportunities to learn and network are open for registration.
Deepening Project-Based Learning: Lessons from Powerful New Research and Practice

Deepening Project-Based Learning: Lessons from Powerful New Research and Practice

May 20, 2021 | 2 PM ET / 11 AM PT
As we seek to shift the U.S. system of education toward competency-based education, project-based learning (PBL) offers a powerful strategy for greater student engagement and more authentic learning inside and outside the classroom. But does it work? And what are its implications for change at the school and district levels?

Please join a presentation and discussion on Thursday, May 20, 2021, at 2 – 3 PM ET / 11 AM -12 PM PT to hear from Lucas Education Research, the Aurora Institute, school and district leaders, and educators at the forefront of future-focused learning about powerful new evidence of the impact of project-based learning across grades, subjects, and subgroups. Gain insights to advance project-based learning practices in your school, district, or other setting. Highlights will include:

New Evidence

Four newly released, peer-reviewed research papers show that rigorous project-based learning in U.S. public schools has a strong and positive impact on student outcomes across content areas, grade levels, and various subgroups of students.

Equity

Researchers conducted these studies in diverse districts with large percentages of traditionally underserved students, indicating that project-based learning can be a powerful lever for improving equity in U.S. schools.

Systems Change

Adoption of project-based learning challenges the present modes of teaching, curriculum, assessment, accountability, and more. What does the new evidence contribute to our understanding of how to set and support the conditions for competency-based education at the local, district, and state levels—especially as we look ahead to promoting better in-person learning experiences post-pandemic?

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Let’s Hear It from the Next Generation!

Virtual Panels with Mastery Collaborative Youth Advisors

The Mastery Collaborative’s annual youth panels took place online this year, and they kindly invited the public. Youth Advisors from MC Schools discussed topics such as their sense of belonging in school; living and learning during the pandemic; MC schools’ use of culturally responsive-sustaining education (CRSE) and mastery-based learning; and how race, racism, and anti-racism show up in school.

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Plugged In Headlines: News About Education Transformation


 

 

Innovative School Models

Colorado district’s CBE approach may offer solutions to address learning gaps
K-12 Dive

Systemic Change Means Rethinking College and Career Prep. We’ve Done It Before.
EdSurge

From Last Chance to First Choice: Alternative Schools That Show the Way Forward
Getting Smart

How the pandemic could personalize education
Axios

COVID-19

U.S. Department of Education Launches Best Practices Clearinghouse to Highlight Innovative Practices for Reopening Schools and Campuses
U.S. Department of Education

U.S. schools turn focus to mental health of students reeling from pandemic
Reuters

Local assessments an option if statewide tests aren’t viable during pandemic, California officials signal
EdSource

(IL) State officials release guide for schools on how to spend $7 billion pandemic relief funds
The Center Square

Education Policy

Biden Touts Ambitious Birth-to-College Education Plan as Way to ‘Compete with the Rest of the World’
The 74

Miguel Cardona’s First Budget Hearing Becomes Forum on In-Person Learning, 1619 Project
Education Week

Biden Taps Ex-Obama Aide Roberto Rodriguez for Key Education Department Job
Education Week

Broadband Connectivity

Here’s how you can apply to the FCC for the $50 discount on your broadband bill
USA Today

The digital divide has left millions of school kids behind
CNET

Rural Internet Access: How To Get Broadband Across America
WBUR

Educator Workforce

Teacher Appreciation Week: In a tough year, these educators stood out – and gave us hope
USA Today

Perspective | N.C.’s teacher learning system needs micro-credentials to move our teachers, students forward
EdNC

Educational Equity

COVID-19, the educational equity crisis, and the opportunity ahead
Brookings

The American Rescue Plan Is a Chance to Support Students with Disabilities. Here Are Some Investments Worth Considering
The 74

More Schools Reopen, But Students of Color Still Learning Remotely
US News

Tennessee legislature approves ban on teaching critical race theory in schools
Chalkbeat

Aurora Institute in the News


 

 

Educators Moving Away from Seat Time for Mastery-Based Education – via Tech & Learning

COVID-19 Reminds Me of 1994 Report, ‘Prisoners of Time’ – via Government Technology

Susan Patrick column: Rethinking what’s normal in meeting this moment in K-12 education – via Richmond Times-Dispatch

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Our Center for Policy  leads the multi-stage evolution of policy necessary for the growth of effective student-centered learning models toward the goals of high-quality learning and equity. Our policy priorities are designed to ensure the nation’s education system is fit for purpose and help move states forward from their current state of education to future systems.
CompetencyWorks
CompetencyWorks is an online resource dedicated to K-12 competency-based education. Drawing on lessons learned by innovators, we share knowledge through a practice-focused blog, research reports on emerging issues, policy advocacy, and resources curated from across the field.
The Aurora Institute hosts a resource library containing more than 200 materials. Working collaboratively with diverse experts in the field, the Aurora Institute produces reports, books, policy briefs, blog posts, webinars, and related resources on key topics and tough issues that equip and empower educators and leaders to catalyze and scale personalized, next-generation learning models.
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April 23, 2021

Plugged In | 4.23.21 – Rethinking What’s Normal, New Webinar Announcement, and More

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And from the neo-liberals to conclude the week.

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Rethinking What’s Normal in Meeting This Moment in K-12 Education
By Susan Patrick

The American Rescue Plan will provide a much-needed $122 billion boost to U.S. schools, and it might tempt many to think we’re on our way back to normal. Exams, alarm bells, report cards and life as we knew it before the pandemic.

Those relics are hallmarks, however, of a K-12 education system that was built for the industrial age, a declining system that is rife with inequities, achievement gaps, ranking and sorting, and failing to prepare all learners for the rapid changes that are afoot in our economy and culture. To go back to that normal would be to fail our nation’s youth once again.

We can rethink normal.

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Announcing Aurora Institute Internships
Aurora Institute Internships
Our new internship program  is designed as a fully immersive experience for motivated undergraduate and graduate students who seek to support national advocacy, policy, communications, and event work in the nonprofit sector. Selected interns will be exposed to the intricacies and nuances of building a better K-12 education system for the nation’s youth. The internship will include work on targeted projects and multiple learning and networking opportunities. Interns will receive structured support, mentorship, and professional development opportunities for the duration of the internship. We are currently recruiting for Summer 2021 interns. Applications are due by April 30, 2021.
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Upcoming Events
Aurora frequently hosts webinars and convenings with the field’s leading experts to explore trends, tackle pressing problems of practice and policy, and share emerging knowledge from research. The following opportunities to learn and network are open for registration.
Deepening Project-Based Learning: Lessons from Powerful New Research and Practice

Deepening Project-Based Learning: Lessons from Powerful New Research and Practice

May 20, 2021 | 2 PM ET / 11 AM PT
As we seek to shift the U.S. system of education toward competency-based education, project-based learning (PBL) offers a powerful strategy for greater student engagement and more authentic learning inside and outside the classroom. But does it work? And what are its implications for change at the school and district levels?

Please join a presentation and discussion on Thursday, May 20, 2021, at 2 – 3 PM ET / 11 AM -12 PM PT to hear from Lucas Education Research, the Aurora Institute, school and district leaders, and educators at the forefront of future-focused learning about powerful new evidence of the impact of project-based learning across grades, subjects, and subgroups. Gain insights to advance project-based learning practices in your school, district, or other setting. Highlights will include:

New Evidence

Four newly released, peer-reviewed research papers show that rigorous project-based learning in U.S. public schools has a strong and positive impact on student outcomes across content areas, grade levels, and various subgroups of students.

Equity

Researchers conducted these studies in diverse districts with large percentages of traditionally underserved students, indicating that project-based learning can be a powerful lever for improving equity in U.S. schools.

Systems Change

Adoption of project-based learning challenges the present modes of teaching, curriculum, assessment, accountability, and more. What does the new evidence contribute to our understanding of how to set and support the conditions for competency-based education at the local, district, and state levels—especially as we look ahead to promoting better in-person learning experiences post-pandemic?

Register

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Aurora Institute 2020 National Policy Forum

Aurora Institute National Policy Forum

Held annually in close proximity to the Aurora Institute Symposium, the National Policy Forum convenes education policymakers and system leaders to surface issues and exchange ideas on key policy issues in K-12 education. The most recent forum included a national overview of state policies to advance education innovation, a series of state snapshots highlighting bellwether exemplars, and presentations on key issues from national education leaders. The recordings and slides from the forum are available for review.

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Plugged In Headlines: News About Education Transformation


 

 

Innovative School Models

From Pandemic to Possibility: Now is the Time to Consider Competency-Based Education
Getting Smart

Begin With The End: What’s The Purpose Of Schooling?
Forbes

It’s Time To Reimagine the K-12 Content Map
Getting Smart

Black Mothers on Parent Activism, Self-Determination and the Fight for Educational Change Post-Pandemic
The 74

Wipe the board clean: Post-pandemic, we must radically reimagine K-12 education
Daily News

Re-envisioning Education to Be Human-Centered
KnowledgeWorks

COVID-19

FEMA Will Cover Some COVID-19 Staffing Costs for Schools
Education Week

Now is the Time to Future-Proof Schools Against Outbreaks
FutureEd

Ed Dept details rules for maintaining state K-12 funding under COVID-19 relief
K-12 Dive

How 5 superintendents are planning the 2021-22 school year
K-12 Dive

How to get back a school year lost to the pandemic (Podcast)
Politico

Covid-19 changed education in America — permanently
Politico

Education Policy

Biden proposes $20B Title I funding increase for FY 2022
K-12 Dive

Family engagement is critical to student success—especially now
Fordham Institute

Standardized tests aren’t the problem, it’s how we use them
The Brookings Institution

The implications of testing flexibility on measuring student growth and learning trends
K-12 Dive

Education Research

Working to Learn: New Research on Connecting Education and Career
Harvard Project on Workforce

Students Say Supportive College and Career Pathways Kept Them Engaged Through COVID Shutdowns. How Schools Can Use Federal Funds to Help
The 74

Girls may get a science education boost when they learn outside
Futurity

‘Doomed’ By 8th Grade: Underserved Students Thrive In College, But Disparities In Access Start Early & Persist Insidiously, New Report Reveals
The 74

Project-Based Learning or Lectures? Our Research Shows PBL Helps Low-Income Students Do Better in AP Classes, Earn College Credit
The 74

Broadband Connectivity

Biden’s infrastructure plan could transform broadband in the U.S.
Fast Company

Most Students Now Have Home Internet Access. But What About the Ones Who Don’t?
Education Week

Educator Workforce

WATCH: What Does Teacher Diversity Look Like Post-COVID?
The 74

Residencies are a key tool to diversifying the nation’s teacher force
The Hill

Educational Equity

How to help students navigate anti-Asian racism
K-12 Dive

Here’s How Culturally Sustaining Curriculum Roots Students in a Legacy of Strength
Education Post

‘Bottom Up Change is Lasting Change’
Walton Family Foundation

Derek Chauvin Trial

Education Week: 4 Ways George Floyd’s Murder Has Changed How We Talk About Race and Education

Chalkbeat: After Chauvin verdict, classroom discussions turn to racial justice and remembrance

Big Picture Learning: A Changed World?

Education Evolving: Our statement on yesterday’s verdict

Latinos for Education: Statement on the Verdict in the Trial of Derek Chauvin

​​​​​​​Statement from New Profit and America Forward on the Chauvin Trial Verdict

Barr Foundation: Regardless of What Happens, Structural Racism Persists

Kresge Foundation: Any other verdict would have been a travesty, but work for full justice continues

​​​​​​​Chan Zuckerberg Initiative

Bush Foundation

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COVID-19 Reminds Me of 1994 Report, ‘Prisoners of Time’ – via Government Technology

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Our Center for Policy  leads the multi-stage evolution of policy necessary for the growth of effective student-centered learning models toward the goals of high-quality learning and equity. Our policy priorities are designed to ensure the nation’s education system is fit for purpose and help move states forward from their current state of education to future systems.
CompetencyWorks
CompetencyWorks is an online resource dedicated to K-12 competency-based education. Drawing on lessons learned by innovators, we share knowledge through a practice-focused blog, research reports on emerging issues, policy advocacy, and resources curated from across the field.
The Aurora Institute hosts a resource library containing more than 200 materials. Working collaboratively with diverse experts in the field, the Aurora Institute produces reports, books, policy briefs, blog posts, webinars, and related resources on key topics and tough issues that equip and empower educators and leaders to catalyze and scale personalized, next-generation learning models.
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April 22, 2021

Aurora Institute Webinar 5/20/21 – Deepening Project-Based Learning: Lessons from Powerful New Research and Practice

Filed under: virtual school — Michael K. Barbour @ 11:59 pm
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An item from the neo-liberals.

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Aurora Institute - A New Dawn for Every Learner | Stay Connected
WEBINAR ANNOUNCEMENT

Deepening Project-Based Learning: Lessons from Powerful New Research and Practice

May 20, 2021 | 2 PM ET / 11 AM PT
Register
As we seek to shift the U.S. system of education toward competency-based education, project-based learning (PBL) offers a powerful strategy for greater student engagement and more authentic learning inside and outside the classroom. But does it work? And what are its implications for change at the school and district levels?

Please join a presentation and discussion on Thursday, May 20, 2021, at 2 – 3 PM ET / 11 AM -12 PM PT to hear from Lucas Education Research, the Aurora Institute, school and district leaders, and educators at the forefront of future-focused learning about powerful new evidence of the impact of project-based learning across grades, subjects, and subgroups. Gain insights to advance project-based learning practices in your school, district, or other setting. Highlights will include:

New Evidence

Four newly released, peer-reviewed research papers show that rigorous project-based learning in U.S. public schools has a strong and positive impact on student outcomes across content areas, grade levels, and various subgroups of students.

Equity

Researchers conducted these studies in diverse districts with large percentages of traditionally underserved students, indicating that project-based learning can be a powerful lever for improving equity in U.S. schools.

Systems Change

Adoption of project-based learning challenges the present modes of teaching, curriculum, assessment, accountability, and more. What does the new evidence contribute to our understanding of how to set and support the conditions for competency-based education at the local, district, and state levels—especially as we look ahead to promoting better in-person learning experiences post-pandemic?

 

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