The National Institute for Student-Centered Education (NISCE) aims to catalyze support for a vision of education where students—not politics, not tests, not expediency—are at the center of learning, and where all students have the opportunities and resources they need to succeed.
Exploring, organizing and achieving success and sustainability in creating learning around competency-based models of education is a top-priority to many educators who are trying to reach a more diverse population of students. This endeavor requires careful planning, a strong understanding … Continue reading →
DESCRIPTION Seven and a half million American students miss an entire month of school each year. While absenteeism and lateness most severely affects high school students, 10% of K-1st grade students already miss this much school. Attendance directly impacts short-term … Continue reading →
Instead of holding students accountable, why not build accountable students? Today’s schools face a common challenge. Many students lack confidence in their ability to deal with the rigors of course work. Many have not acquired the skills to overcome obstacles … Continue reading →
Description How do teachers engage learners so they are motivated to want to learn? Right now teachers are working harder than their learners and are accountable for what they learn. Learners need to be responsible for what they learn. Every … Continue reading →
NISCE publishes a series of white papers on the challenges and benefits of student-centered education. Download free pdfs of our latest white papers here. Interested in working with us on a white paper? Email firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks.