In working in three schools across the six years I’ve been in education, one thing I have learned is that proficiency-based education requires a shift in thinking. It seems as though I stick with a school long enough for teachers to hop on board the proficiency based education ship, and then I look for something new. So, here in my third time around, I have some clarity around the benefits of this different way of viewing education. It demands a completely new manner of teaching and viewing the educational needs of students today. More+
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