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Leading Minds

The Baltimore Curriculum Project’s Leading Minds series invites national education leaders to engage local stakeholders in a discussion of controversial topics that have direct relevance to improving K-12 education. These national experts will bring innovative ideas and shed light on issues that have received inadequate attention to date.

Through this initiative we will spark a more expansive policy dialogue among business, education, government, and nonprofit leaders – influencing policy to improve educational opportunities and outcomes for all students. Leading Minds will broaden the education community’s knowledge of current policy issues and strengthen its commitment to making our schools more effective.


The Cure for the Common Core

In the national debate about the merits of the Common Core State Standards, little attention has been paid to what should be taught to meet these standards. The Common Core specifies some critical content, but many decisions are left up to the state and...

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Ready to Teach: Preparing New Teachers for the Classroom

HOSTED BY: The Baltimore Curriculum Project and Loyola University of Maryland School of Education SPONSORSED BY: Baltimore's Child, Congressional Bank, Heaven 600, McGraw-Hill Education, MECU, and TeacherMatch OVERVIEW: Are teacher colleges preparing...

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How to Evaluate and Support Great Teachers

FORUM DESCRIPTION The U.S. Department of Education's Race to the Top Initiative requires participating states to develop "evaluation systems for teachers and principals that (a) differentiate effectiveness using multiple rating categories that take into account data...

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Related Reading and Links

Related Reading and Links on How to Evaluate and Support Great Teachers Hargreaves, Andy; Fullan, Michael. (2012). Professional Capital: Transforming Teaching in Every School. New York: Teachers College Press Harvard Graduate School of Education. (n.d.). A User's...

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The Impact of Poverty on Education

How does poverty impact education? How can schools mitigate this impact? Where do we go from here? In this era of high-stakes testing and blaming teachers for school failure, the detrimental effect of poverty on academic achievement has been largely ignored by many...

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High Stakes Testing: Are we misleading the public?

The emphasis placed on testing is higher than ever. Scores are rising, but at what cost? Are our children being shortchanged? Join the Baltimore Curriculum Project and Urbanite Magazine as we explore these and other questions with testing expert Dr. Daniel Koretz...

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K-12 Math Education Forum

  About the Forum Left to right: Alfred R. Berkeley III (Pipeline Trading Systems), Alison Perkins-Cohen (Baltimore Curriculum Project), Muriel Berkeley, Ph.D. (Baltimore Curriculum Project), Craig R. Barrett, Ph.D. (Intel Corporation), Joe Turnage (Constellation...

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Recommended Reading: K-12 MATH EDUCATION IN THE U.S.

Milgram, R. James. (2005). What is Mathematical Proficiency. <https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Richard_Milgram/publication/266529830_What_is_Mathematical_Proficiency/links/54b93d6d0cf24e50e93c3708/What-is-Mathematical-Proficiency.pdf> Schmidt, W.H., Wang,...

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