Expanded Learning Opportunities Commission Report: Beyond Walls, Clocks and Calendars
The Colorado Expanded Learning Opportunities (ELO) Commission was created to advance a vision of the learning experience for students in ways that transcend the traditional school day and traditional classroom models, a vision for education in Colorado that is student-centered, reflective of the modern world and how it has advanced, and a vision that uses student interests and experiences to drive teaching and learning.
The world is changing rapidly. How children learn and what they need to know is changing, too. The technological advances of the 21st century and the enormity of information in our global society compel state and education leaders to think differently about how to educate students in ways that are relevant, engaging and dynamic.
See below for the full commission report.
Expanded Learning Opportunities Commission Report: Summary of Recommendations
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