New England Secondary School Consortium

School Redesign in Action

is the New England Secondary School Consortium’s eighth annual conference for educators across the country to share success stories, exchange best practices, and continue to build momentum for innovations that will prepare all students for success in the colleges, careers, and communities of the 21st century. 

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How Do Colleges View Proficiency-Based Transcripts?

A goal of proficiency-based learning is to create more college-ready students. How are colleges getting ready for them?

Read our latest Leadership in Action Brief to find out.

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Common Data Project

The five state education agencies (SEAs) participating in the NESSC have been collecting, calculating, and reporting data using consistent procedures and methodologies developed by a regional team of data specialists from the departments and agencies of education.
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College Admissions

69 New England Institutions of Higher Education State that Proficiency-Based Diplomas Do Not Disadvantage Applicants

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The Glossary of Education Reform

Created by the Great Schools Partnership, the Glossary of Education Reform is a comprehensive online resource that describes widely used school-improvement terms, concepts, and strategies for journalists, parents, and community members.

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Proficiency-Based Learning Simplified

Developed by the Great Schools Partnership, Proficiency-Based Learning Simplified helps schools develop efficient and effective standards-based systems that will prepare all students for success in the colleges, careers and communities of the 21st century.

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What Are Personal Learning Plans?

Personal learning plans can bring greater focus and purpose to the decisions students make about their education.

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Upcoming Events

  • Mar 27

    School Redesign in Action Conference

    School Redesign in Action is the New England Secondary School Consortium’s eighth annual conference for educators and stakeholders from across the country to share success stories, exchange best practices, and continue to build momentum for innovations that will prepare all students for success in the colleges, careers, and communities of the 21st century.

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