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Teaching and Learning for College Readiness: The Role of Standards, Feedback, and Support — Report
Through extensive research, the Foundation has identified the most critical levers for success in the classroom — high standards, high-quality feedback, and effective tools — and worked with teachers to develop, test, and strengthen them. This report describes what we know about these factors, why they are important, and what we need to learn, along with recommendations and best practices for putting these levers into place.
The COVID crisis was a wrench thrown into an ambitious professional learning partnership between Baltimore City Public Schools and Leading Educators. The partnership was designed to expand curriculum-based professional learning support around middle school math teachers.
Sydney Chaffee recently was named National Teacher of the Year, but she doesn’t think she’s peaked yet. “As teachers, we always want to be better,” she says. And one way Chaffee does that is by taking on leadership roles that allow her to collaborate closely with her peers.
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