Education Reimagined
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Education Reimagined

We were recently incorporated in the web resources of a national group called “Education Reimagined”: https://education-reimagined.org/resources/up-for-learning/

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UPCast April 2017

“What We Talk About When We Talk About Student Voice” From UPCast, an occasional podcast produced by UP for Learning. The 2013 legislation Act 77 promises to create “flexible pathways” toward graduation in order promote student ownership, relevance and engagement. In this episode, Vermont students and teachers at the 2016 Power Squared: Youth and Adults...

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PLP Pathways #7 – UP For Learning

PLP Pathways #7 – UP For Learning    The Personalized Learning Plan Pathways initiative (Tarrant Foundation) interviews Helen Beattie about UP’s support of flexible pathways implementation.

Winter 2017 Newsletter
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Winter 2017 Newsletter

    We just finalized our UP for Learning Winter Newsletter! To view and download the Winter 2017 Newsletter, click here!                

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Vermont Legislature Honors Student Songwriters

“OUR TIME” SONG SPEAKS ABOUT STUDENT EMPOWERMENT THROUGH PERSONALIZED LEARNING, SUPPORTS VERMONT EDUCATION AGENDA Montpelier, VT — On February 15, the Vermont House of Representatives voted on a resolution honoring the student-adult team that produces “Our Time”: an original song and music video created to spark deeper, more critical discussion about the future of educational...

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Students help group turn advocacy into song

Grace Ecklund Gustavson, a student from U-32 in East Montpelier, speaks Wednesday at a Statehouse event honoring young Vermonters for their song about Act 77. Photo by Tiffany Danitz Pache/VTDiggerClick here to read the full article

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Latest UP News

  Youth Discuss Our Time, Proficiency-Based Learning on WCAX An interview with Our Time singer-songwriters Asia Bernatchy and Grace Ecklund Gustavson Act 77: Flexible Pathways Understanding Act 77: Flexible Pathways has never been easier. What’s the Deal with Proficiency-Based Learning? By 2020, all students in Vermont will graduate with a proficiency-based transcript. Here’s what it’s...