From the Time Matters Blog

Massachusetts students consistently rank at the top of the charts nationally and internationally, but these results do not tell the full story: while 4th and 8th graders had the highest performance on standardized tests in 2015, the Commonwealth’s achievement gap based on socioeconomic status was the third highest in the nation. Massachusetts students are performing extraordinarily well, but they are doing so in spite of yawning achievement and opportunity gaps.

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Giving English Language Learners the Time They Need to Succeed profiles three expanded-time elementary schools, providing both the framework and compelling examples for understanding how the strategies and effective practices aimed at helping ELL students blend together to produce a high-quality education.

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Morton Middle School, MA
Blended Learning and Expanded Learning Time Within Morton

This video depicts Silvia grade level meetings and how teachers collaborate within their grade levels with time built into the school day.