Showing posts from March, 2014

The Common Core is the Latest Reason Your School Should Move to Competency-Based Grading


Sanborn Among Four NH High Schools To Represent State at New England High School Redesign Conference

Press Release From the New Hampshire Department of Education: 

Four Schools Selected to Represent New Hampshire at Regional Conference on Educational Innovation - The Schools Will Share Successful Strategies with Colleagues from Across New England

Four New Hampshire schools—Hillsboro-Deering High School (Hillsboro), Making Community Connections (MC2) Charter School (Manchester), Sanborn Regional High School (Kingston), and Virtual Learning Academy Charter School (Exeter)—have been invited to represent New Hampshire at a regional conference on effective strategies for improving teaching and learning in the 21st century.

The conference, High School Redesign in Action (, will take place March 20–21, 2014, in Norwood, Massachusetts. It is sponsored by the New England Secondary School Consortium, a state-led regional partnership committed to high school innovation. All the selected schools have made significant progress raising student achievement, graduat…

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