Last month the Maine DOE and the New England Secondary School Consortium (NESSC) held the first of two webinars featuring Maine League of Innovative Schools members. The webinar series is primarily designed to showcase one particular aspect of a league school’s personalized learning efforts.
During this webinar, educators from Noble High School shared their work around the comprehensive system of supports and interventions they refer to as ‘KnightTime.’
Founded in 2011, the League of Innovative Schools is a regional professional learning community for schools. Membership is open to any New England secondary school including charter schools, private schools, and career and technical institutions committed to educational equity, student-centered learning, and ongoing improvement. All participating schools will become part of a growing network of learning institutions working to strengthen their programs, exchange professional expertise, and create better learning opportunities for their students.
For more information about the League of Innovative Schools contact Angela Hardy at email@example.com. For more information about proficiency-based education, contact Maine DOE’s Diana Doiron at firstname.lastname@example.org.