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Moving Toward Mastery: Growing, Developing and Sustaining Educators for Competency-Based Education

iNACOL’s new publication, Moving Toward Mastery: Growing, Developing and Sustaining Educators for Competency-Based Education, re-envisions professional practice, learning and development for educators in competency-based education. As school districts transition to new, more powerful student-centered learning models, it’s critical that educators leading the transformative practice are equipped for their new roles. Moving Toward Mastery describes a teaching profession […]


Blog Post

Celebrating a Champion of Competency-Based Education

We are entering a new year and a new season at iNACOL. We have bid a fond farewell to Chris Sturgis, a titan of competency-based education, whose mark on our work, and our lives, will be felt for many years to come.  We celebrate her tremendous body of work as co-founder and project manager of CompetencyWorks, […]


Job Opportunity

Policy Associate

Title: Policy Associate Reports to: Vice President, Federal and State Policy Location:  Mid-Atlantic United States iNACOL’s Mission: is to drive the transformation of education systems and accelerate the advancement of breakthrough policies and practices to ensure high-quality learning for all. How to Apply: Candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, writing samples and three references to hr@inacol.org. […]


Webinar

Quality Principles for Competency-Based Education

Authors of the report, Quality Principles for Competency-Based Education, Chris Sturgis and Katherine Casey share an overview of the 16 Quality Design Principles to guide the development of competency-based learning with the goal of creating a system in which every student succeeds. As states, districts and schools re-design education systems, the 16 Quality Design Principles […]


Board Member

Helayne Jones

Helayne Jones is an Education Consultant specializing in Education strategies in Innovation, Personalized Learning, Scaling and Sustaining non-profits and Leadership.  She is currently on contract as Education Strategy Advisor to New Profit, a national venture philanthropy fund. Prior to that she served as a Sr. Program Officer at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation developing […]


Blog Post

iNACOL Welcomes Eliot Levine as Research Director

On Nov. 19, 2018, noted educator, researcher and author Eliot Levine became iNACOL’s Research Director. He will spearhead our knowledge management and research agenda, lead project management of CompetencyWorks, with charge over our work of studying and sharing promising practices shaping the future of K-12 personalized, competency-based education. “I am thrilled to join iNACOL as […]


Webinar

Moving Toward Mastery: Growing, Developing and Sustaining Educators for Competency-Based Education

iNACOL’s new publication, Moving Toward Mastery: Growing, Developing and Sustaining Educators for Competency-Based Education, re-envisions professional practice, learning and development for educators in competency-based education. As school districts transition to new, more powerful student-centered learning models, it’s critical that educators leading the transformative practice are equipped for their new roles. Moving Toward Mastery describes a teaching profession […]


Blog Post

U.S. Department of Education Outlines Guidance for Submitting Amendments to State ESSA Plans

Last week, the U.S. Department of Education released guidance outlining how states can amend their state plans under the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). The ESSA State Plan amendment process offers an opportunity for continuous improvement of state education systems, toward greater coherence. According to the guidelines, a state wishing to make an amendment will […]


Webinar

Quality Principles for Competency-Based Education

Authors of the report, Quality Principles for Competency-Based Education, Chris Sturgis and Katherine Casey will share an overview of the 16 Quality Design Principles to guide the development of competency-based learning with the goal of creating a system in which every student succeeds. As states, districts and schools re-design education systems, the 16 Quality Design […]


Staff Member

Eliot Levine

Eliot Levine has managed state-level evaluations of educational programs and conducted in-depth research on local initiatives at the University of Massachusetts, Harvard University and the University of Maryland. He has also served as a research consultant to public, private and non-profit organizations. His work has been disseminated in academic and trade journals, edited books, policy […]