As we launch into 2020, visit ExcelinEd.org to take a look at ExcelinEd’s 200+ resources on education quality, opportunity and innovation.
Use, bookmark and share these resources to transform education for children in your state. We look forward to sharing even more with you in the New Year!
What Others Are Saying
— Achieve (@AchieveInc) March 18, 2019
— Walton Foundation (@WaltonFamilyFdn) April 1, 2019
How are states advancing next generation learning? @ExcelinEd & Foresight Law + Policy’s new report examines state #innovation and pilot programs supporting personalized & mastery-based education https://t.co/WaZrOaYcu3 @azkarla @RegLeichty pic.twitter.com/CFlHRVqGQi
— Lisa Duty, Ph.D. (@LisaDuty1) June 19, 2019
#AskExcelinEd Does your school or district still depend on the Whole Language Approach to teaching literacy? Here's why millions of kids can't read. https://t.co/wOTTs8sE9P #reading #literacy #earlyed pic.twitter.com/ikp1ldhKfW
— Leader U (@LeaderUtn) March 26, 2019
.@LevesquePat of @ExcelinEd + @mattsigelman of @Burning_Glass discuss their first-of-its-kind #CredentialsMatter research project + the need for more data to help build a better classroom-to-career path for America's students. Read their piece in @The74: https://t.co/pGM5l17Vup
— Chiefs for Change (@chiefsforchange) June 18, 2019
NEW FLORIDA RESEARCH: We partnered with @ExcelinEd to bring you the results of a survey of Florida private schools. We asked about their open seats, feedback on #schoolchoice programs and more. Get the findings here: https://t.co/k28NJqJ21W
— EdChoice (@edchoice) February 25, 2019