Not a "Newsletter"
We have all done great work together to promote student-centered learning, but opportunities and challenges remain.
For us, there is a theme: the hardest and most rewarding part of our work involves finding authentic, concrete strategies for working together to support educators and students. And so, starting with the 2017-18 school year, we are committing to highlighting at least one example each month of the great progress we are seeing and how others can get involved.
It is our hope that these reflections and opportunities for engagement will help to strengthen the ever-growing community of individuals passionate about putting students at the center of learning.
Reflections & Actions to Advance Student Centered Learning