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In our large, urban school district—Jefferson County Public Schools—we are challenging ourselves to do more than ask students to bubble in circles to “prove” what they know. We are expecting students to demonstrate and provide evidence of their abilities, skills, and dispositions. This has proven to be a worthy and large task.
Alternative high school principals Ron Schmidt (Chelsea Opportunity Academy in Chelsea, MA) and Margaret Green, (Next Wave / Full Circle in Somerville, MA) share learnings, insights, and advice about the school design process.
We'll be at iNACOL 2019 and we want to see you there! Join CCE for a number of sessions on equity, school redesign, innovation, and more.
I work with teachers who are in the struggle, navigating unjust waters so that they can make little dents of positive impact. Little dents, however, are not going to move us or sustain us. We need to find the root causes of our problems for there to be real change.
Jefferson County Public Schools is giving students new ways to show their learning with the Backpack of Success.
Racial diversity among teachers is one of the most pressing issues in education. Karla Vigil and Carlon Howard of EduLeaders of Color explain why this disparity exists, and what we can do to change it.
The challenges facing public educations are complex. The plausible action to be taken is the development of instructional leaders committed to equity and access to ensure social justice.