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Dana Center Science Work Recognized by Professional Learning Partner Guide

July 21, 2021|By Dana Center Communications

Helping teachers and education leaders implement high-quality instructional materials is vital to giving our students the knowledge and skills they need to succeed.
The Dana Center’s OpenSciEd professional learning expertise has been selected as a professional learning partner by Rivet Education, a review site for high-quality professional learning services for K–12 educators. 

The Professional Learning Partner Guide (PLPG) features 35 organizations that meet Rivet Education’s standard for providing rigorous expertise and measurable results in delivering professional learning for K–12 educators. Akin to Ed Reports, this continuously updated guide showcases the best curriculum-aligned professional learning in the country. OpenSciEd -focused professional learning joins the Dana Center’s already recognized mathematics professional learning in this list of partners.

“The Dana Center is excited to be recognized by Rivet Education for our high-quality professional learning services to support leaders and teachers with implementation of the innovative OpenSciEd curriculum,” said Shelly LeDoux, Dana Center K–12 education strategy, policy, and services manager. “As a founding member of the OpenSciEd developers’ consortium and now as a certified PLPG partner, the Dana Center is uniquely able to help schools and districts achieve their goals through OpenSciEd.” 

The Dana Center model supports educators in refining their practice through ongoing, structured collaboration among teachers in the school system. Rivet Education’s rigorous review process for inclusion in the PLPG shows that the Dana Center’s research-based professional services in mathematics and science provide relevant and high-quality learning that educators respect. 

“We strongly believe in the mission of OpenSciEd to surface and address inequities in science education, and to promote structures that enable historically marginalized students to see themselves as valuable and necessary members of the science community. We look forward to continued opportunities to partner with states and districts in their journeys to provide science learning experiences for students using our equity-minded tools, processes, and approach to professional learning,” said LeDoux.

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