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Assessment, Community Involvement, General, Professional Development & Materials, Workforce Development - Monday, December 5, 2016

Inquiry-based Schools Empower All Teachers as Collaborative Leaders and "Agents of Change"

In the quest to systemically improve our nation's schools, sharing "what works" has become a driving force. In this spirit, ASSET STEM Education™ Executive Director Dr. Cynthia Pulkowski recently published a white paper detailing the complex challenges facing educators—and a validated model for improving teacher effectiveness and student achievement.

This proven framework for nurturing "Inquiry-based Schools" can be implemented within any school building or districtwide to holistically improve teaching and learning.

Designed and implemented by ASSET STEM Education, this model was independently evaluated as one of the first-round Investing in Innovation (i3) Validation Grants (2010-2015) awarded by the U.S. Department of Education.

Learn about the rationale behind the groundbreaking results of ASSET's i3 Validation Grant and how you can implement evidence-based practices that support educators and transform students’ academic experiences.