All students should graduate from high school ready for college, careers, and citizenship.
This webinar integrates highlights from the recently released brief titled, "The Role of Learning Progressions in Competency-Based Pathways", which captures a series of conversations with educators and experts in an effort to articulate the potential of learning progressions research to transform instructional practice in a competency-based pathways setting. Marge Petit, Consultant and Ongoing Assessment Project (OGAP) developer and Donna Palley, Assistant Superintendent, Concord School District shared targeted examples of how learning progressions are being used to support teacher practice. Paul Leather, Deputy Commissioner, New Hampshire Department of Education also shared key insights about New Hampshire’s work in this space. September 22, 2015