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Innovation in Action: State Pathways for Advancing Student-Centered Learning

 The Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO) is proud to release a new framework state education leaders and policymakers can use to innovate and make sure every child graduates from high school prepared for college, careers and life.

CCSSO's Innovation Lab Network (ILN) has published  Innovation in Action: State Pathways for Advancing Student-Centered Learning for states to use this successful framework, known as the ILN Policy & Implementation Logic Model, as a guide to advance future innovations.

The ILN Logic Model framework focuses on five major areas to create deeper learning centered on students: 1) college- and career-readiness, 2) personalized learning and workforce preparation, 3) a balanced system of assessment, 4) an aligned accountability system, and 5) seamless pathways for all students to achieve college- and career-readiness.

States can download the new Innovation in Action publication to learn more about the framework and how it has been applied in ILN states. The publication includes specific examples from New Hampshire, Wisconsin, Oregon and Iowa.


Contact:Jennifer Poonjennifer.poon@ccsso.org202-336-7051