Telling Teacher and Student Stories in Vermont

CCE has partnered with the Vermont Agency of Education to create a series of Vermont Stories videos highlighting student and teacher experiences as the state implements Education Quality Standards, paving the way for more dynamic, student-centered learning. 

See how students are pursuing projects that engage and excite, while Vermont educators work to develop curricula that put student voice at the forefront. We're excited to share this video series with you  in its entirety.  Watch the stories here.
Introducing Multiple Measures

The Massachusetts Consortium for Innovative Education Assessment is pleased to  announce their new monthly newsletter, Multiple Measures .

The newsletter shares important insight into the work happening through MCIEA, and highlights  the experiences of current MCIEA teachers and leaders. 
Come Work with Us! 

We're hiring for a number of opportunities in our Boston office. The Center for Collaborative education seeks Senior Associates for our EPL and QPA teams, and we have quite a few internship opportunities available for the fall semester. 

Learn With Us at iNACOL 2017

We're excited to be presenting at the iNACOL 2017 Symposium  on October 23 - 25 in Orlando, Florida. 

On October 25, join Gary Chapin (QPA) and Diana Lebeaux (Personalized Learning) for their session, Reframing Leadership, Reshaping Schools: Cultivating Your Organizational Capacities for Change. Our staff members will be hosting many other sessions throughout the event. Join us!
New Opportunities for Chelsea and Revere 

We're happy to announce that two of our partner districts, Chelsea Public Schools and Revere Public Schools, are the recipients of a $150,000 grant from the Barr Foundation to fund new school models. 

Chelsea Public Schools will be putting the funds towards a new high school design, Chelsea Opportunity Academy. The school will offer a new pathway for students that is competency-based, multilingual, holistic, flexible, and community-embedded, and allows students of all backgrounds to succeed. 

Revere Public Schools will be redesigning Sea Coast High School with the aim of recruiting and reengaging off track and at risk students. Using personalized learning plans, this new model will be able to help students succeed through engaging learning that is based on each student's individual skills. 

Our New Publications Page

We've made some major updates to our Publications page on the CCE website. The new page has been sorted into convenient categories, and we've added a new search feature complete with hints and tips to help you find your favorite publications with ease. 

 We're excited to share it with you, and think you'll find it  useful. 
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