What’s New in K-12 Competency-Based Education?

October 18, 2017 by

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Grant Opportunities

The Nellie Mae Education Foundation released three new requests for proposals:

Social Emotional Learning

Equity

Food for Thought

News

  • In partnership withCarnegie Corporation of New York — as part of its newly-launched Integration Design Consortium — 2Revolutions is launching a two-year national experiment to develop better, collaboratively-designed solutions to the siloization that holds back our communities as they push toward the future. Click here for more information on how to apply.
  • 2Revs is spearheading a large-scale effort to make available free, high-quality learning content to help educators gain the knowledge and skills they need to personalize learning for students.  Read about this collaborative initiative here.

New Resources

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