The Mid-Atlantic Comprehensive Center at WestEd (MACC@WestEd) works in seven content areas to help state leaders in Delaware, the District of Columbia, Maryland, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania support, scale up, and refine their key education reforms.
The School Turnaround Learning Community is excited to share with you a new collection, “English Language Learners: Assessment Preparation.” Find out more about current research to practice in the assessment of English language learners in this collection curated by MACC@WestEd. The collection provides a broad look at recommended research and strategies.
The MACC@WestEd works with states to implement high-priority reforms, including their State Common Core Standards. Our colleagues at the Center on Education Policy have compiled information from over sixty research studies on critical issues related to common core state standards including testing, teaching, and teacher preparation.
The MACC@WestEd has created a toolkit to assist early learning staff from state education agencies in refinement and implementation of ESSA consolidated plans, including communicating with LEAs about early learning opportunities. MACC@WestEd staff created the materials in the toolkit document to facilitate roundtable discussion sessions of the early learning representatives from the mid-Atlantic SEAs.
The toolkit […]
The MACC@WestED invites you to a webinar series on State Strategies That Support Personalized Learning that we are hosting with three other Centers across the country. Our purpose is to facilitate cross-state sharing of interesting and novel, student-centered policies and practices. Presenters will reflect upon their work, share insights, and launch an ongoing dialogue to strengthen […]
MACC@WestEd hosted a two-part, multi‐state roundtable titled “Making ESSA Work for Early Learning in Your State.”
During the first session on December 9th, 2016, teams from the Mid-Atlantic states met to work with each other and MACC@WestEd staff to identify aspects of ESSA that provide opportunities for building or expanding early learning. Aspects of ESSA […]
With chapters written by leaders actively engaged in the work, this Edited Volume examines the role of the state education agency in school turnaround efforts. An emphasis is placed on practical application of research and best practice related to the State Education Agency’s (SEA’s) critical leadership role in driving and supporting successful school turnaround efforts.
This award is a cooperative agreement under prime award #S283B120026 between the U.S. Department of Education and WestEd. The findings and opinions expressed herein are those of the author(s) and do not reflect the positions or policies of the U.S. Department of Education.