Why a high-performing district is changing everything with competency-based learning

The Hechinger Report

Her teacher has embraced competency-based learning, which asks students to take more control in the classroom. This cozy suburb just outside of Boston is home to an idyllic New England downtown and schools that are good enough to draw young families in droves.

How State Reform in New Hampshire Led to Teacher Autonomy

Edsurge

This story is part of a series from EdSurge Research on how schools are redefining student success using MyWays , a framework created by Next Generation Learning Challenges (NGLC). But at Memorial Elementary School , one of two elementary schools in New Hampshire’s Sanborn Regional School District , administrators and teachers are given the freedom to experiment with cutting-edge ideas not in spite of district and state guidelines, but because of them.

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How edtech boosts parent engagement in schools

Neo LMS

Teachers and parents want students to be happy and successful. They have the same goals and desire to help students learn better. In addition, students are less likely to engage in risky behaviors such as smoking. Edtech tools need to be intuitive and easy to use.

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The Professional Development Problem

EdNews Daily

We can be hopeful that the connection between teacher training and student learning seems to be realized and now what’s needed is to find the right formula for improving this crucial component of school culture. Professional Learning (skills, knowledge, theory).

Has New Hampshire found the secret to online education that works?

The Hechinger Report

Blond and doe-eyed, Duggan has been dancing since she was two, everything from tap to ballet. There is no entrance exam, screening or application required to attend VLACS, which is free for any New Hampshire student. Related: Rhode Island’s lively experiment in blended learning.