JFYNetWorks is a Boston-based non-profit education innovation catalyst that helps middle and high school students meet state performance standards and get into college at the credit-earning level. To date, JFYNet has provided instruction to more than 60,000 students and counting.
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JFYNet ACCUPLACER Schools
Cambridge Rindge & Latin School • Caprock High School (TX) • Community College of Rhode Island • Diman Regional Vocational Technical High School • Essex Agricultural & Technical High School • Excel High School (Boston) • Greater Egleston Community High School (Boston) • Lowell High School • Lynn Vocational Technical Institute • North Quincy High School • North Shore Technical High School • Opportunity High School (CT) • Quincy High School • Revere High School • SEED School, Washington, DC • Shawsheen ValleyTechnical High School • Urban Science Academy (Boston) • West Roxbury Academy (Boston)
Achievement Gap goes Global
“30 years after ‘A Nation at Risk’ not one major urban district has been turned around and many of our suburban districts are losing ground,” writes Levine. “We have settled on a path of global mediocrity for our most affluent schools and national marginality for failing inner-city schools.” And what about older youth? Achievement gap? Which one? Read on.
The Summer of Our Disconnect
No fewer than 5 five studies appeared between Memorial Day and Labor Day on the connection between education and employment. They all said that getting a job depends on having post-secondary education. Not getting a good job, or a decent job, or a high-paying job. Getting any job.
Read the entire post. Published 9/1/12
Is Common Core keeping you up at night?
JFYNet has mapped the Common Core Standards to the Massachusetts curriculum frameworks. Learn more.
Ryan Camire, JFYNet’s Instructional Technology Integration Specialist can get you started. Contact him at RCamire@JFYnet.org.
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