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Linda Darling-Hammond Offers an Unparalleled View of Teaching Quality Around the World in CIEB-Supported Study Countries, states and provinces across the world, recognizing that teaching quality is the single greatest in-school determinant of student success, have molded their education systems around the objective of ensuring that...

by Jackie Kraemer This year, British Columbia implemented an innovative new curriculum called Building Students Success for all kindergarten through 9th grade students in the province. The curriculum, developed by educators and based on the latest research and international best practice, is “concept-based and competency-driven.” It...

by Nathan Driskell CIEB just released two seminal studies by Ben Jensen and Minxuan Zhang on professional learning environments in top-performing systems. These studies show how systems including Shanghai, Singapore, Hong Kong and British Columbia have transformed schools into environments that facilitate the continuous improvement and...