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A growing number of colleges and universities have gone test-optional, dropping requirements for SAT and ACT standardized test scores as the coronavirus outbreak hinders students’ access to the exams.
Dell Technologies’ Senior Director of Education Strategy Adam Garry will discuss how to break down silos that exist between K-12 and higher ed through esports.
Simply generating a conversation around esports can help your K-12 school get on a path to be a game-changer, but be sure to set out a strategy and get buy-in from stakeholders.
The California-Irvine professor and former White House Senior Policy adviser will discuss “The Intellectual Life of Esports” in the inaugural event’s opening session.
Kansas educators were working on a school redesign project focused on personalized learning, soft skills and community partnerships when the coronavirus closed schools.
Competency-based educators in New Hampshire's Sanborn Regional School District constantly develop new performance tasks that allow students to show mastery.
Students at Launch High School will work on experiential, hands-on learning projects through which they will demonstrate mastery of standards.
K-12 leaders transitioning to competency-based education share their learning experiences and offer guidance.
Leaders at Mesa Public Schools recognized that, though they had a high performing system, traditional school models were not preparing all students for the future.
Competency-based education in one Vermont district transformed the traditional end-of-semester exam week to a “retake week” that lets students catch up.
Here are three K-12 districts being honored as Districts of Distinction runners-up for developing innovative programs that target at-risk students.