Personalized Learning Podcast: NESSC Facilitates Knowledge Sharing

From the Michael & Susan Dell Foundation Published May 7, 2015 In this third episode of the Michael & Susan Dell Foundation’s Personalized Learning podcast series, Cheryl Niehaus, program officer for the Dell Foundation, interviews Mark Kostin, associate director at Gr... read more »

Students Take the Reins

Metropolitan Business Academy ninth-graders gave teachers tips on how to be more inclusive of students of all genders—such as including students who don’t identify as male or female, and avoiding seating or grouping students based on gender. They taught one of 28 ... read more »

Where Kids Learn More Outside Their Classrooms Than in Them

Amid the growing push to reinvent the nation’s public high schools, initiatives that connect students more directly to their individual interests—and tap into their innate motivations—are gaining popularity. New Hampshire is one of a handful of states at the ... read more »

Maine high school graduation rate up, achievement gaps down

Newly released state and federal data shows Maine is closing achievement gaps as graduation rates among economically disadvantaged students, those with disabilities and some minorities are on the rise and above national averages. read more »
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