Here in Connecticut, we have been watching closely as Maine experiments with proficiency-based learning. Known by the U.S. Department of Education and think tanks as personalized competency-based education (PCBE), the model is founded on flexibility, as opposed to the time-and-location-bound work that students will face when they graduate. Advocacy groups like Competency Works promote a paradigm […]
Author Archives: Kameron Isaacs
Kameron Isaacs serves on the education team of Southport Connecticut-based Successful Study Skills 4 Students (S4), Through Americorps and Fairfield University support, Isaacs also taught for five years at New Haven’s St. Martin de Porres Academy.