Perspectives

Perspectives

Teaching & Learning

Toward Teacher Evaluation that Promotes Professional Learning and Growth

Most teacher evaluation systems being developed at both the state and district levels rely on a theory of action that implies evaluation is a powerful lever for improving teaching performance and ultimately student outcomes. Each evaluation system identifies essential teaching behaviors (often...

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Learning Environments

Dual Enrollment: A Pathway to College and Career Readiness

In the 21st century, the need to prepare students for success in college and career cannot be understated. Countless researchers and pundits have pointed out the challenges faced by those without a high level of knowledge and skills when it comes to competing in the global marketplace...

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Learning Environments

AdvancED Summit 2012: Professor Sugata Mitra

Accountability

Accreditation, Accountability, and Continuous Improvement

Accountability, as practiced these days under the No Child Left Behind Act and various state systems, purports to be about improvement. But we all know that improvement requires more than just measurement. The scale tells us that we need to lose weight – it doesn’t tell us how or even why we...

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Educational Change

The Power to Transform

"The Power to Transform” is the bold theme of AdvancED’s 2011 International Summit, a theme designed to push our thinking about school system change from the notion of “tinkering around the edges” to implementing full-scale transformation on behalf of improved outcomes for students. In choosing...

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