An EL Education school in Rochester, NY, shows that giving young children real problems to solve can instill the qualities students will need as adults.

The classic representation of learning does not accurately reflect how students build understanding, says Ron Berger of EL Education.

A graduate of an EL Education school in Massachusetts reflects on how his experiences there prepared him for success at Brown University and beyond.

A review of progress by CCSSO's Innovation Lab Network suggests that policy implementation, not just policy development, is critical to ensure equity.

States are developing new forms of assessment, including assessments of learning and assessments for learning.

Resurrecting an old idea about assessing school quality could allow schools to examine a broad range of data on performance and practices and lead to improvement.

By acknowledging what they need to learn, state leaders are committing themselves to finding answers to ensure access to a high-quality education for every learner.

Portfolios can be powerful forms of assessment, but they must be done right to reap their benefits.

A former teacher reflects on the experience of shadowing two high school students, and how she would change her teaching based on that experience.

A new approach to mathematics teaching helps English learners and others develop mathematics reasoning and language skills simultaneously.

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