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Improving Adolescent Learning: An Action Agenda

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November 13, 2014

At a recent national forum at the Ford Foundation in New York, 140 education and youth development professionals discussed how to better support adolescent learning. Drawing on the discussion and the Improving Adolescent Learning: An Action Agendalatest research in neuroscience, psychology and cognitive learning science, TASC presents an action agenda that can be tailored to circumstances in your own city and state.

This document draws on conversations from forum participants and represents the views of professionals who advocate for a variety of models for improved schooling. We hope that this agenda serves as a call to action that unites these separate advocacy efforts.

In this report, we describe three ideas to improve adolescent learning, each with practical action steps for significant impact in the near term. We recognize that these ideas will be realized in different ways in different cities and tailored to each location's specific needs and resources.

 

 

 

 

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