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Measuring and Reporting of 21st Century Learning Expectations

posted Apr 19, 2016, 8:19 AM by Richard Barden   [ updated Apr 19, 2016, 9:37 AM ]
An essential component of a secondary school's continued accreditation by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) is responding to highlighted recommendations made by the Committee. In response to the NEASC's review of the Two-Year Progress Report submitted by Methuen High School, we are addressing the following recommendations:
  • provide an update on the implementation of a formal process, based on school-wide rubrics, to measure students' progress in meeting the school's 21st century learning expectations,
  • implement a formal process to communicate individual student progress in achieving the school's 21st century learning expectations to students and their families,
  • implement a formal process to communicate school-wide progress in achieving the school's 21st century learning expectations to the school community.
Our plan to report each student's progress toward meeting the school's 21st century learning expectations is set to begin in the fourth marking term. Each student's progress will be reported in the comment section of the fourth term report card. A letter has been sent to families outlining our plans for measuring and reporting of Methuen High School's 21st century learning expectations. For more detailed information, please view the links below. 


Please do not hesitate to contact Methuen High School at 978-722-6040 with any questions.

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