Next generation learning programs need strong evaluation plans from their states to succeed. These plans include strategies to effectively use data, create a process for continuous improvement and identify ways to effectively communicate the impact of these initiatives to external stakeholders. Yet state education agencies (SEAs) often do not have the capacity or tools to […]
Thank you for believing in a quality education for all children!
We’re celebrating Computer Science Education Week! Computer science education offers students countless opportunities. Yet not everyone has the chance to access this critical subject. Learn how your state can expand access to high-quality computer science education to unlock lifelong opportunities for students at ExcelinEd.org/ITCS and Advocacy/Code.org. Learn why Hadi Partovi, CEO of Code.org, believes every student must have access […]
It is Computer Science Education Week, and there is plenty to celebrate. Computer science education offers students countless opportunities. Opportunities to create, problem solve and better understand the world. With these skills, students can innovate and make an impact in careers across all sectors, including some of the fastest-growing and highest-paying careers in the world. Yet not […]
Time-based systems, also known as “seat-time” requirement systems, still form the basis of today’s traditional schools. The prevailing assumption has been that state policies for seat-time requirements constrict schools and hinder attempts to innovate. However, far more flexibility exists than originally thought. New research by ExcelinEd examining seat-time requirements for awarding credit and graduation reveals that all […]
How Can States Create Education-to-Workforce Pathways for Students? All students deserve the opportunity to complete their K-12 education ready to thrive. States can readily build education-to-workforce pathways to make that happen.
Over 6.6 million students receive special education from public schools across America. For most of these students, the school they are assigned to works great. But what if they need another option, or more intensive services than those offered by their assigned school? Enter education choice. As we celebrate National Special Education Day, learn more […]
Gratitude is at the heart of our nation’s Thanksgiving Day celebration this week. Each and every day, I’m grateful for the blessings in my life and the joy of family and friends. My gratitude extends to you and the work you are doing to improve the lives of families by transforming the quality of education for their children. From policymakers to education leaders to advocates, you are working on policy solutions that will have lasting impacts […]
We had another incredible National Summit on Education Reform! Below you’ll find keynote and general session videos, some of our favorite photos and the #EIE19 Twitter Moments. See you next year at #EIE20 in Washington, D.C.! #EIE19 Highlights Reel Some of our favorite moments from the past two days! Keynote and General Session Videos Full-length videos of keynotes […]
Next week, individuals and families nationwide will pause to reflect on the blessings in their lives (and enjoy a bounty of pumpkin pie!). And this year, ExcelinEd is especially grateful for the policymakers, educators and parents who are diligently working to transform education for each and every child. Thank you! What Others Are Saying Grateful to […]