Common Principles for Uncommon Schools

Horace Heidi Lyne

Presenting Themselves with Power and Passion

From the CES Common Principles: Students should have opportunities to exhibit their expertise before family and community. The diploma should be awarded upon a successful final demonstration of mastery for graduation—an “Exhibition.” The school should honor diversity and build on the strength of its communities, deliberately and explicitly challenging all forms of inequity. An “Exhibition” is a demonstration of mastery

Horace: Heidi Lyne Published: February 5, 2008 By: Heidi Lyne Topics: Assessment, Exhibitions