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Making the Case: Compelling Data

This growing library features data points describing the impacts and outcomes of student-centered and competency-based teaching and learning. The data are sourced from research studies, evaluation reports and journal articles, as well as evidence collected directly by classroom, school, district and state leaders.

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    Social-Emotional Learning

    Personalized Learning Grows Self-awareness

    A small study found personalized learning promoted self-awareness in middle school students, a key social-emotional learning skill. Learner preference was the most frequently mentioned type of self-awareness in the qualitative data. Students became more aware of topics they were interested in, how they liked to learn and what motivated them.

    Career and Technical Education

    Project-based Learning Builds Creativity and Entrepreneurship Competency

    A qualitative study of a maker program in Hong Kong focused on real-world problem solving found the school's approach led to increases in 4 dimensions of creativity (novelty, utility, aesthetics and authenticity) and 3 areas of entrepreneurship (ideas and opportunities, resources and action).

    Learning and the Brain

    Self-efficacy Impacts Performance

    In a study of 400 German high school students, learners鈥 expectations of self-efficacy (belief in their ability to succeed), positively predicted their drawing quality and performance in solving real-world geometry problems.

    Curriculum and Instruction

    Personalized Math Program Builds Skills

    In a randomized control study of a supplemental mastery-based personalized math learning program, kindergarten students from 20 California classrooms, in which 100% of students qualified for free and reduced lunch, outperformed the control group on the Test of Early Mathematics Ability by 5.71 percentage points after using the program for 5 hours.

    Learning and the Brain

    Personalized Learning Boosts Scores on State Tests

    A 4-year longitudinal study of a pre-K - 8 California school implementing a strengths-based blended personalized learning model showed a significant positive impact on all Math, Reading and Language Use on NWEA MAP tests. On average, treatment students outperformed the control group by about 1.22 - 1.96 points on the MAP scale.

    Policy and Advocacy

    State Policy in Key Areas Supports Student-centered Reform

    An analysis of student-centered state policy from Education Commission of the States and 澳门天天好彩 found 2022 trends included assessments of mastery, funding, learning pathways, equity, flexibility and innovation, and other bills of interest.

    Policy and Advocacy

    New State Policies Support Innovation

    A state policy review showed 20 bills that support flexibilities for local districts or schools to implement competency-based education and other innovations were passed across 15 states as of May 2023.

    Policy and Advocacy

    Graduation Pathway Policies Spark State-wide Personalized Learning

    An analysis of states implementing personalized learning (PL), showed policies around graduation pathways were a catalysts to PL efforts in 3 of the 4 states studied, as they allowed more flexibility in meeting state graduation requirements.

    Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

    Under-credited Youth in Boston Graduate with Personalized Approach

    Students at Boston Day and Evening Academy (BDEA) 鈥 a personalized, competency-based school for over-age and under-credited youth 鈥 enter at an average age of 17.6 with 5 or fewer high school credits. Despite previous setbacks, students who attend BDEA at least half of the time, finish an average of 5 courses per year and graduate in 2.9 years.

    Curriculum and Instruction

    CT School Increases Latinx Student Enrollment in AP Through Personalized Supports

    Maloney High School saw the number of Latinx students enrolled in advanced courses rise from 50% in 2015-16 to 82.5% in 2020-21. To make this shift, they employed student-centered approaches 鈥 including student interest surveys, personalized course recommendations, more communication with families and academic supports like AP study sessions.

    Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

    Personalized Alternative Program Drives Graduation Gains in MA District

    Holyoke Public Schools reduced dropouts and increased graduation from 62% in 2015 to 72% in 2019, with larger jumps for English Language Learners, students with disabilities and Latinx students. Gains were driven by a successful alternative program offering a variety of personalized programs including mastery and project-based learning options.

    Policy and Advocacy

    More States Use Portrait of a Graduate

    A recent review of state policies showed in the last 10 years 17 states have begun using Portraits of a Graduate which can help foster student-centered practices. The trend continued to build with 4 states adopting these polices from 2022-23.

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