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The National Center on Education and the Economy (NCEE) is a [1]

In 1989, NCEE created the National Alliance for Restructuring Education (NARE), which was aimed at promoting student performance in large urban districts and progressive states through standards-based education reform. That same year, NCEE created the [2]

In 1992 NCEE, in conjunction with 23 states and 6 cities, created the New Standards Project. The goal of New Standards was to develop standards for the core subjects in the curriculum and applied learning standards coupled with new [3].

Six years later, in 1998 NCEE created the America’s Choice School Design Program based on the work of NARE and New Standards.[4].

In 1999, NCEE launched the National Institute for School Leadership, a program designed to train students with disabilities.

NCEE’s most recent The College Board (Advanced Placement Program).


Dillon, Sam. "High Schools to Offer Plan to Graduate 2 Years Early". The New York Times. 2010-18-2

External links

[1] Official NCEE website
[2] America’s Choice History
[3] National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
[4] America’s Choice Press Release
[5] NISL
[6] ACT-Quality Core

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