Reaching the Tipping Point: Insights on Advancing Competency Education in New England

cw_reachingthetippingpoint_reportcover-231x300Competency education is expanding across the country as a means to ensure all students are mastering the skills and knowledge to be successful in college, career and civic life. This paper explores the core concepts of competency education, provides insights in policy and practice across six New England states, and analyzes the impact of competency education on quality, equity, scaling and sustainability. This report draws lessons learned and insights from educators and policymakers in New England and is intended for district leadership and policymakers seeking to introduce competency-based education within their states.

Today, CompetencyWorks released a new report: Reaching the Tipping Point: Insights on Advancing Competency Education in New England. This paper explores K-12 competency-based education policy and practice across six New England states: Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont.

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Reaching the Tipping Point: Insights on Advancing Competency Education in New England posted on iNACOL website at http://www.inacol.org/resource/reaching-tipping-point-insights-advancing-competency-education-new-england/
This report is intended for district leadership and policymakers seeking to introduce competency-based education within their states.

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