May 02, 2013 by CES CES Inside For more than a quarter century, The Coalition of Essential Schools has gathered its members and our larger community for its annual meeting – The Fall Forum – to continue what our founder, Ted Sizer, coined as “a conversation among friends”. This ongoing dialogue has served our schools and the larger educational community quite well as is evidenced by the countless communities and organizations that thrive with CES and our cornerstone... Continued ...
Meet Darnell Fine, winner of Teaching Tolerance Award
Apr 29, 2013 by CES
Linda's recent talk at Occupy the DOE on the harmful effects of standardized testing.
Apr 11, 2013 by Linda Nathan
Call For Proposals Fall Forum 2013
Mar 08, 2013 by CES
Registration information Fall Forum 2013
Mar 08, 2013 by CES
Fall Forum 2013 San Francisco Program Overview
Feb 19, 2013 by Gregory Peters, CES
- A Caring Adult in a Different Setting March 17, 2011 by Gary Heyder
- An American Teacher's View Of British Assessment Practice May 30, 2002 by Marshall Cohen - Assessment
Sidebar: Tracking Student Success from
Experimental Schools: The Eight-Year Study
from the 1930's September 12, 2006 by - Cycle Of Inquiry, Teacher Research
- Improving Instruction Through Inquiry and Collaboration (IITIC) June 20, 2002 by - Peer Coaching, Critical Friends Groups, Looking At Student Work, Teacher Collaboration & Learning
- What Makes an Elementary School 'Essential'? March 14, 2002 by Kathleen Cushman
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For twenty-five years, the Coalition of Essential Schools (CES) has been at the forefront of creating and sustaining personalized, equitable, and intellectually challenging schools. Guided by a set of Common Principles, Essential schools are places of powerful student learning where all students have the chance to reach their full potential. Diverse in size, population, and programmatic emphasis, Essential schools serve K-12 students in urban, suburban, and rural communities.