Students who are college and career ready are more likely to experience economic mobility. This was the theme at a recent summit hosted by Jobs for the Future.
This Q&A features one of the first school districts nationally to recognize the value of Maker-centered learning.
Effective assessment is the logical outcome of any approach to teaching and learning, as it is critically important to measure the efficacy of instruction and adjust teaching when necessary.
“How does slang reflect our culture?” asked Sean Kennedy, a history teacher at Bard High School Early College Baltimore (BHSECB). Many hands went up in his classroom.
This is a pivotal time for supporters of the Open Educational Resources (OER) movement.