Changing School District Practices: The Student at the Center Series
School districts have an important role to play in opening the door to the implementation of student-centered learning approaches and ensuring that these practices improve student achievement. Noting an absence of references to student-centered learning approaches in a subset of high-performing districts, this paper details seven key district characteristics to support innovative approaches in general, and student-centered learning approaches in particular. The authors then explore core considerations and strategies for how districts can begin to implement student-centered learning practices.
Click below to watch a brief video of an interview with one of the paper's authors, Amanda Datnow.