STRENGTHENING EARLY CHILDHOOD CARE AND EDUCATION

July 19, 2019

Improving quality, equity and learning in the early childhood care and education sector Good quality early childhood care and education (ECCE) is pivotal for improving equitable education and lifelong learning opportunities for all. ECCE refers, in this document, to organized group care outside the family for children ages 3 to 6 years to develop some skills needed for academic readiness. Over the past two decades, many actors—including the Global Partnership for Education (GPE), education ministries, civil society, nongovernmental organizations and global development partners.

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Powering the new inclusive classroom

whitePaper | July 29, 2022

Hundreds of U.S. school districts have established virtual schools in the 2021 academic year alone. Online schools in Minnesota have doubled in the last year. In Atlanta, the newly created Fulton Academy of Virtual Excellence will enroll about 1,000 students this fall. And in Anchorage, about 2,000 students are expected to attend the school district’s year-old virtual school.2

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How Schools Use ZoomTM to Proctor Assessments

whitePaper | August 3, 2020

There’s no getting around the fact that administering assessments during distance learning is tough. However, if you have decided that your district will administer athome assessments in fall 2020, we urge district leaders, building administrators, teachers, and families to work in partnership to create a detailed assessment plan. Your approach to proctoring and administering an online assessment, such as the i-Ready Diagnostic, will be central to this plan.

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How ed-tech can help leapfrog progress in education

whitePaper | November 22, 2019

From within formal classrooms to educational games after school, technology is widely used in teaching and learning around the world. When used appropriately, technology has the power to support teachers and engage students, providing tools to create and evaluate tasks previously considered out of reach. At the Center for Universal Education (CUE) at the Brookings Institution, we are studying innovations that can rapidly improve education progress, including innovations that use education technology.

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What High-Achieving Students Have Discovered Through Virtual Learning

whitePaper | September 30, 2021

Student athletes face a real challenge. To stay at the top of their game both athletically and educationally, they must learn to balance their demanding training and travel schedules for games, tournaments, and competitions with that of a flexible yet rigorous academic program that emphasizes the importance of learning as they prepare for their future.

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Blended learning without limits

whitePaper | July 22, 2022

The way people think about learning has completely shifted over the last few years as the whole education system adjusted to major changes in society. Stay-at-home orders forced educators, parents, and students to quickly adjust to remote learning, and as schools began reopening, a “new normal” of blended learning took hold. In 2021 alone, over 23 million U.S. households with children under age 18 received online or virtual instruction.1

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2022 Workplace Learning & Development Trends

whitePaper | July 28, 2022

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, more than 11 million jobs in the U.S. are unfilled1 —roughly double the number of people who are unemployed. The Great Resignation has sent workers to new jobs, but also into education and the rapidly expanding gig economy, leaving skills and knowledge gaps in almost every American company

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