A movement to provide the best education to the students who need it the most
Senate Joint Memorial 1 for Alternative Student Assessments passed!
The memorial for alternative student assessments passed on March 18 with overwhelming bi-partisan support. Thank you for helping to prove that there's more to the story than standardized tests. Now that the memorial has passed, the Center will be collaborating with the LESC and PED to create a new assessment strategy for New Mexico. To stay updated and join the conversation, follow the Center on Facebook and Twitter.
In The Network:
This month, The Center is helping to facilitate a workshop led by Health Leadership High School at the Deeper Learning 2017 conference in San Diego, California.
The workshop, called Engaging your Community to Collaborate in Developing Great Deeper Learning, will give HLHS the opportunity to share with over 1,000 attendees what they've learned about engaging community partners to help students gain valuable real-world experience and problem solving skills. Learn more about Deeper Learning 2017 here.
FROM OUR BLOG
Addressing the Needs of Refugee Students
Refugee students are often faced with adapting to new cultures, languages and schools systems. A look at the realities faced by young refugees.
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