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Women fill the significant majority of teaching roles in schools, yet they hold fewer than a third of superintendent positions nationwide. School districts must enact deliberate programs to develop female leadership pipelines.
Instead of focusing solely on passing state assessments, remediating to address gaps, or identifying students for advanced academic programming, schools must become a place where all children can develop their talents.
Project-based education takes a distinct approach to teaching and learning that encourages hands-on, interactive experiences. Forest Hills School District supports multiple project-based programs that are successfully utilizing a renovated space that was designed specifically for this type of curriculum.
Informed by data collected from Challenge Success partner schools and other research in the field, Sarah Miles and Denise Pope share best practices to support student well-being in school settings.
Future Focused Education and Big Picture Learning are proving it’s possible to understand the social side of work-based learning. Both organizations’ commitment to equity has led them down that path.