Ed Policy

Investing in Innovation: Where’s the Federal Support?

By: Arthur VanderVeen. The Innovative Assessment Demonstration Authority invites up to seven states to develop innovative, next-generation assessments that better support student-centered learning.

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Ed Policy

The Real Value of State Assessments

By: Arthur VanderVeen. Arthur VanderVeen, President and CEO of New Meridian, shares his insights on the power of assessments in ensuring equitable access to quality education that provides tools for continuous improvement and collaboration.

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SEL & Mindset

Redefining Readiness

If Education is collectively committed to real readiness, it will require a radically different approach to learning and school. It’s time for a new dominant pedagogy, entirely new courses and to embrace new literacies. More than ever, what we have done before will not get it done going forward.

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Future of Learning

Mythbusters: Flexible Learning in Middle School

Lauren Mehbrach, Chris Beingessner and Chris Raymaakers clarify misconceptions for middle school families about the move to flexible learning spaces. This Singapore American School team shares how it aligns to our changing world and better prepares students for the future. Learn more on the blog.

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Difference Making

The Power and Possibility of Community Learning Hubs

Community Learning Hubs have become a lifeline for students that are in all virtual and hybrid school models providing a safe place to be throughout the day and, in some cases, evenings.

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