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Education Leaders Report   |   July 2016Volume 2, No. 2
How States Can Advance Deeper Learning for All


Problem solving, resilience, and self-reflection remain buzzwords in education. These skills and attributes—along with others that are often referred to as “deeper learning” skills—are key to students’ college, career, and civic success. Yet the barriers to deeper learning in schools serving large numbers of diverse, high-poverty student populations are significant. Ace Parsi explores how states can analyze three domains—resources, rigor, and educational experiences— to ensure equitable access to deeper learning skills in the classroom.

 

 


How States Can Advance Deeper Learning for All




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