A new opportunity for academic success By MARIAN KIM PHELPS JUNE 13, 2019 This week about 2,600 Poway Unified School District seniors will receive their high school diplomas. It is my favorite time of year, when we can celebrate the hard work of our students, parents, staff and community in preparing our graduates for life beyond […]
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“The STEM Early College Expansion Partnership (SECEP) was developed to increase access to dual enrollment courses and other collegiate experiences to students in traditional high schools, based on the early/middle high school model. In alignment with the practices of middle and early colleges, SECEP schools commit to enabling at least 90 percent of their students […]
Over the years at MCNC, we have used the approach of “Data is our Friend” and emphasized the importance of data collection, review, and use to make data-informed, data-driven improvement decisions. NCREST at Teachers College, Columbia University, one of our strategic partners since the start of the ECHS initiative, continues to provide data support for […]
MCNC is excited to announce that renowned physicist, best selling author and expert on how the brain works, Dr. Leonard Mlodinow, will keynote the 2019 MCNC Winter Leadership Conference. He will address how we get new ideas and creative thoughts, something vital for high school students. Dr. Mlodinow will also discuss a cognitive style that he terms elastic thinking, an […]
At MCNC we are proud to be a part of the College in High School Alliance, and we’re excited to see this month’s copy of School Administrator Magazine spotlighting college in high school programs – with contributions from some of our education partners. Be sure to follow the link below and check it out! http://my.aasa.org
Are You a Visual or an Auditory Learner? It Doesn’t Matter – By Daniel T. Willingham for the New York Times
September 13, 2018, Washington, DC—The College in High School Alliance (CHSA) has been awarded $1.2 million over a two-year period to advance its goals of steering the expansion, equity, and quality focus of college in high school programs and policies nationwide. The final grant award is supported by three organizations, with $600,000 from the Joyce Foundation, $400,000 […]
The way we teach math in America hurts all students, but it may be hurting girls the most.
Read more about Early/Middle College programs in Philadelphia HERE
Dual Enrollment in Michigan is suffering growing pains – read more here
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