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Additional Resources on Competency-Based Education

Released on January 22, 2013 by the Alliance for Excellent Education, Strengthening High School Teaching and Learning in New Hampshire’s Competency-Based System, profiles two high schools in New Hampshire that moved away from “seat time” toward a competency-based system. The report also examines the changes that were necessary to make competency-based advancement an important part of New Hampshire’s strategy for implementing the Common Core State Standards and ensuring that students graduate ready for college and a career.

In conjunction with the report’s release, the Alliance held a webinar featuring New Hampshire Department of Education Deputy Commissioner Paul Leather and two educators from New Hampshire who discussed local design and implementation of competency-based systems and personalized pathways and the impact on practice. Archived video and PowerPoint slides from the webinar are available here.

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