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NJCU partners with new Innovation High School
Jersey City's newly created Innovation High School will be opening in the fall with its first class of ninth graders.
The small school, housed inside Snyder High School, will be run in partnership with New Jersey City University, the Institute for Student Achievement and the district. Innovation will include a rigorous curriculum with opportunities for students to participate in college-level classes prior to graduation and receive college credit.
See the Future of Classroom Learning at the School Improvement Innovation Summit 2014
PRWEB.COM NewswireSalt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) August 07, 2014
School Improvement Network, the leader in educator effectiveness resources, today announced they will reveal a new solution for personalized learning to reshape classroom learning at the School Improvement Innovation Summit, September 29-October 1 at the Little America Hotel in Salt Lake City. The Innovation Summit brings together the education experts and innovations that are changing education in classrooms across the world, along with scalable solutions to implement the same practices in any school or system.
This is educational 'innovation'?
The Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development, which brings the world the international testing program of 15-year old students known as PISA, just issued a new report called "Measuring Innovation in Education: A New Perspective, Educational Research and Innovation."
Yes, the OECD is measuring innovation in education. There are, of course, innovation metrics for evaluating businesses, but schools aren't businesses and shouldn't be operated as if they were. So what exactly constitutes "innovation" in the educational world as viewed by the OECD?