Produced by High School District 214 (Illinois), this set of operational definitions is useful for educational leaders and staff engaged in the process of transforming high school preparation of students for post-secondary education and the 21st century world of work.
This comprehensive report synthesizes feedback from both research and a range of stakeholder groups concerning “how learning happens,” including the inextricable link between students’ social and emotional development and their academic growth and achievement.
This article presents evidence-based recommendations and suggestions that teachers can use as a guide to integrating technology into their preschool classrooms. The authors strongly recommend that the developmental readiness and needs of early learners be considered in selecting technology and integrating it into daily learning experiences.
This one-page fact sheet highlights key elements of the Ohio Teacher Evaluation System (OTES) and its original framework. It includes focus areas and processes related to evaluation of teacher performance on standards and student growth measures.
Redefining Ready! is a new multi-metric, research-based approach
to determining what it means to be college ready, career ready,
and life ready. This report shows key findings of College/Career Indicators in the 2015 Academic Year.
This sample dashboard presents a one-page synthesis of key performance indicators that district leaders might use to monitor student preparation for post-secondary education, career pathways, and life-long learning.
The School Superintendents Association has launched a national campaign called Redefining
Ready! which introduces research-based multiple measurement college and career readiness indicators to
more appropriately assess a students’ ability to survive and thrive in their future. This sheet serves as a template as a statement of support for the adopting of this framework.