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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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    Curriculum and Instruction

    Students Report Learner-centered Design Principles Foster 21st-century Skills

    A design-based research study of 1,000 learner reflections from 75 online higher education courses found students credited learner-centered design principles including student choice, relevance and creativity with the development of 21st-century skills, especially oral and written communication and critical thinking.

    Career and Technical Education

    California Students in Career Pathway Less Likely to Drop Out

    An evaluation showed students who attended California high schools with linked learning career pathways were 2.1 percentage points less likely to drop out than peers at traditional schools. Students with low achievement prior to starting linked learning saw a larger impact, with students 4.5 percentage points less likely to drop out.

    Career and Technical Education

    California Students in Career Pathways More Likely to Graduate

    Compared to students at traditional California high schools, an evaluation showed students attending schools featuring Linked Learning career pathways were 3.1 percentage points more likely to graduate. Students with low achievement prior to starting linked learning saw a larger impact with 7.6 percentage points more likely to graduate.

    Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

    Learning Rate Based on Exposure, Not Ability Level

    An analysis of 27 sets of student learning data showed learning rate is based on previous exposure and opportunities, not on ability level. This finding shows the potential to personalize students鈥 learning experience based on previous background knowledge, thus providing the favorable learning conditions each student needs to be successful.

    Career and Technical Education

    California Students in Career Pathways Earn More Credits

    In an evaluation of California schools featuring Linked Learning career pathways, students accumulated 8.9 credits more than peers at traditional California schools. Those with low achievement before entering a linked learning high school earned 15.5 credits more than students at traditional schools.

    Career and Technical Education

    Career Pathways Boost Post-Secondary Enrollment in California

    In an evaluation, students at California Linked Learning career high schools who began with low levels of academic preparation were 5.7 percentage points more likely to enroll in college right after high school and 4.1 percentage points more likely to enroll in a 4- rather than a 2-year college, compared to peers at traditional schools.

    Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

    Programs Creating More Equitable Access to Dual Enrollment in CA

    An analysis of CA students' dual enrollment in 2020-21 showed more equitable participation across ethnic groups in 9th grade. The disparity between Asian and Black student participation was 14% in 12th grade and only 4% in 9th. This is attributed to more formal opportunities like early college high schools and College and Career Access Pathways.

    Social-Emotional Learning

    Personalized Learning Boosts Teacher Confidence in Meeting SEL needs

    In a 2022 survey of 1,000 teachers, those who reported using all the personalized learning strategies on the survey were much more confident meeting students鈥 social-emotional needs. Of those reporting high use of personalization 64% felt "high confidence" in their ability, compared to only 39% of the teachers with low implementation.

    Flexible Learning

    Using Blended Learning Practices Correlated with Higher Personalization

    In a survey of 1,000 teachers post pandemic, those who used blended learning were more likely to implement personalized learning strategies. For example, 56% of surveyed teachers who used blended learning also adopted flexible pacing, while only 32% of those not using blended learning did so.

    Social-Emotional Learning

    Focusing on Whole Student Promotes Belonging, Creates Parent Satisfaction in DC Elementary

    Van Ness Elementary, a DC school working with Transcend to rethink education by focusing on the whole student, outperformed schools in the district on all categories of the Panorama SEL evaluation tool, including self-regulation, sense of belonging and satisfaction. Of note, the school received a 98% student and 95% parent satisfaction rating.

    Impact and Academic Outcomes

    Attendance Higher at ND Personalized, Competency-based Schools

    A five-year evaluation of the North Dakota Personalized, Competency-Based Learning Initiative showed a small but significant impact on attendance. 4-5th and 9-12th graders鈥 rates were 1 percentage point or 2 school days higher than matched peers at non-personalized schools, and 6-8th graders' rates were 2 percentage points, or 4 days, higher.

    Career and Technical Education

    ND Personalized, Competency-based Schools Prepare Students for College and Career

    A five-year evaluation showed 12th graders in the North Dakota Personalized, Competency-Based Learning Initiative were as prepared or more so for college and career as students from matched comparison traditional schools. In 2022-23 personalized schools reported same or higher rates for state-defined military, workforce and post-secondary readiness

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