3 ways to ensure equity is at the heart of your work

  VTDigger reports that Vermont Secretary of Education Dan French said “From our standpoint, we portray districts being on a The post 3 ways to […]

Vermont schools have a transportation equity problem.

#fleetofvans When I travel to schools around Vermont, I hear many versions of the same concerns: Going anywhere from our school costs hundreds of dollars. […]

Flexible pathways in proficiency-based learning

Standard 3-part story-driven post: 1) what it is, 2) what it looks like in a school, 3) how to do it in your school The […]

Community Based Learning in Vermont: What’s going on?

4 lessons from a recent gathering On Friday, March 11, more than 50 participants from public and private schools, community education partners, and higher education […]

Self-directed learning and playlists

Curating lists of online resources for deep dives into content research We have been spending much of our time here at the Tarrant Institute exploring […]

Student-led conferences and engagement in PLPs

A middle school case study Katie Bryant, an English teacher at Lamoille Union Middle School, presents the results of her semester-long action research project examining […]

Rethinking the traditional school schedule

Keep students centered in the conversation When it becomes time to talk about scheduling you can often feel the tension rise as everyone’s values and beliefs […]

Personalized STEM learning at Essex High School

New podcast episode: Essex STEM Academy In this episode, we talk with math educator and STEM Academy leader Lea Ann Smith about Essex High School’s […]

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