Where standardized tests oppress, performance assessments liberate, working with the intention to close achievement gaps grounded in racism and transform classrooms into culturally-responsive spaces where all students are set up for success.
Hear stories of students' learning—from the students themselves! The Assessment for Learning Project spoke with students around the country about their experiences with traditional versus project-based assessments.
‘Tis the season for curling up in a blanket with a great book! Check out our staff’s top recommended books for diving into equity!
Ron Schmidt, principal at the Chelsea Opportunity Academy, shares five key lessons he learned about school design.
The Boston Collaboratory School is a new, fully developed school model that seeks to empower Boston students through mindfulness practices and flexible, collaborative learning. All it needs is a place to call home.
Data are common currency in education, with states collecting reams of information each year about students, teachers, schools and districts. But having a lot of data doesn’t mean much if repositories aren’t being used to improve schools and classrooms for all students. MCIEA has an indication that better data can change the narrative about schools and communities.
The Center for Collaborative Education is thrilled to be releasing the first post in our brand new Student Voice Blog Series. In this feature, we hear from an 11th grade student at Somerville High School in Massachusetts. Stay tuned for more student voices!