A student at Envision Academy discusses how the school's practices have prepared her for college and for life.


A conference at the National Academies of Science explores how--and whether--better assessments can improve schooling for African-Americans.


Assessments of deeper learning require teachers to learn deeply about how students learn, writes Tony Siddall of Next Generation Learning Challenges.


A new book highlights the importance of teachers in student learning.


An experiment at High Tech High taught a student the value of figuring things out, rather than being told what to do by the teacher.


At High Tech Elementary Chula Vista, teachers used the "five whys" to identify students' challenges with reading and identify possible solutions.


While collaboration is a worthy goal, student group work can only be effective if students can hear, consider, and care for one another, says a teacher at High Tech Elementary Chula Vista.


Project-based learning provides ways to make students known--to their teachers, to their peers, and to themselves--says Drew Schrader of New Tech Network.


Kathleen Cushman finds a potential model for deeper learning and equity for young children in a preschool in New York City.


A look at preschools in New York City raises questions about how to foster deeper learning in four-year-olds in a standards-based environment, writes Kathleen Cushman.


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