MBLT Indicators Framework. Education Writers Association Nashville, Tennessee May 20, 2014 Michelle Renée, Ph.D. Principal Associate. MBLT Initiative Goal.
Education Writers Association
May 20, 2014
Michelle Renée, Ph.D.
“To reinvent public schools through more and better learning time in neighborhoods of concentrated poverty, so that students are prepared equitably for college, career, and civicparticipation.”
Creating and Sustaining the Conditions for More and Better Learning Time
Ensuring Access to More and Better Learning Time
Preparing Students for College, Career, and Civic Life
Scaling Up: Making More and Better Learning Time the “New Normal”
Creating positive school climate; building ownership, engagement of teachers, family, and community
Districts create supportive policy and structures; provide leadership and funding to ensure success
Resources reallocated and/or targeted to support local MBLT ecosystems
Indicators: Access to More Time; Support Services
Table from: Rogers and Mirra (2014). Cracks in the Hourglass. AERA 2014.
Acquiring 21st century skills and knowledge needed for the next educational level
Engaging in learning in and out of school
Engaged in activities and behaviors that ensure health and well-being
3. Preparing Students for College, Career, and Civic Life Example of Using Multiple Indicators James Irvine Foundation. 2014 Snapshot: Linked Learning in Motion.
MBLT models are successful across multiple schools, districts, and states
Partner organizations are meaningfully engaged across the ecosystem
Systemic equity is reached