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American postsecondary education has immeasurably expanded economic opportunity, improved our quality of life, fostered advances in art and culture, and driven scientific and technological innovation. It is rightly the envy of the world. American colleges and universities have also served a noteworthy public good by preparing our nation’s leaders and cultivating thoughtful, productive citizens capable of informed debate, respectful disagreement, and community engagement.
Rethinking State Accountability to Support Personalized, Competency-Based Learning in K-12 Education (iNACOL, 2017)
Shifting gears in the classroom—movement toward personalized learning and competency-based education (Camacho and Legare, 2016)
State Strategies to Develop Teacher Capacity for Personalized, Competency-Based Learning (iNACOL, 2018)
Impressed with the success of the new program, the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB) announced in March 2017 that it was awarding grants to four new Texas Affordable Baccalaureate programs. The grants, totaling more than $650,000, will go to Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, Tarleton State University, South Texas College (in partnership with Austin Community College), and Texas A&M University-Commerce.