There just isn’t any other way to say it. The proposal of minimum standards for competency-based schools approved by the New Hampshire Board of Education is so thoughtful, so detailed, so clear – it just rocks! According to the Keene Sentinel the Board unanimously approved the proposal. Next stop: a joint legislative committee with the Board adopting the standards in January.
For anyone involved with state policy, it’s worth taking the time to read the entire thing to see how New Hampshire is reworking its core policy around personalization and a competency-based diploma.
Highlights of the policy are given in the article.
Read the entire article by Chris Sturgis on CompetencyWorks at http://www.competencyworks.org/2013/11/new-hampshire-rocks-competency-education-policy/
N.H. school board approves new education standards in the Keene Sentinel at http://www.sentinelsource.com/news/local/n-h-school-board-approves-new-education-standards/article_252a20e3-3b2f-5018-961f-a0af90a2fd94.html