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Are you joining @CenterPointEd at the @INPrincipals fall conference? Let's connect! #iaspAP18

It's been said that there's no problem teaching to the test if it's the right test--and the right teaching. The effort to develop Common Core tests took a big step toward creating the right kind of tests. @lmcgslover @lesleym41 @CenterPointEd

"What if each student had the chance to launch his or her own path to a career while still in high school — the opportunity to prepare for meaningful, in-demand careers before they entered the workforce?" Tennessee is charting a new path forward - #CTE

Commentary: How standardized tests are made, and why they accurately reflect what a student knows @MarkDynarski @TheBushCenter

Structure & Openness
“We can have standards without standardization” @jaymctighe reflects on Grant Wiggins’ words as applied to task frames from @LitDesignCollab Check out @MDAssessmentGrp #mdmag18 @ASCD @CenterPointEd @BonnieHain

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College- and Career-Ready Math Standards = Higher Expectations for Students and Teachers

By Luis Lima, Senior Advisor, CenterPoint The rollout of the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) and similar college- and career-ready...
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The Discipline of Social Studies is Changing, and So Should Professional Learning

By Patricia Conner and Emily Alvarez, CenterPoint As former social studies teachers, we know well the stereotype of the discipline...
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Guest Post

Moving Toward Expanding Capacity in Education with a Train-the-Trainer Model of Professional Learning

By Patricia D’Alfonso, Retired Educator and National AFT Reading and Writing Trainer Educational responsibilities for and inside public schools are...
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Building Educator Capacity – Breaking Down the Buzzword

By Lesley Muldoon, Chief of Policy & Advocacy at CenterPoint Ask veteran teachers about their feelings on professional development, and...
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