Do high flyers maintain their altitude?
In the visualizations in this exhibit, you can compare the performance and growth of various groups of high achievers to that of their peers over multiple years.
By: Yun Xiang, Michael Dahlin, John Cronin, Robert Theaker, Sarah Durant
Topics: Equity, High-growth schools & practices
Finding root causes effectively: A powerful way to improve schools
Using experience gained by facilitating the determination of root causes in schools and in industrial settings, as well as lessons from research and literature both within and outside of education, this paper provides a recommend process, and detailed protocols and tools for defining problems to be investigated and determining their root causes.
By: Andrew Hegedus
Topics: High-growth schools & practices
Why Arizona Needs Common Core Standards
This The Arizona Republic article examines the three key areas of mathematics teaching and learning: ways of doing, ways of thinking and habits of thinking.
Who Moved the Mathematics?: The Need for IMPACT
This American Mathematical Association of Two-Year Colleges (AMATYC) article examines the three key areas of mathematics teaching and learning: ways of doing, ways of thinking and habits of thinking.