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Exciting news! Saugerties High School has been selected to participate in a great opportunity!

Through this program, our educators  will receive specialized training and professional development opportunities to shift our instructional practices towards more effective and innovative methods. By embracing these new approaches, we're not just raising standards but also ensuring that every student has the chance to thrive based on their unique strengths and abilities. 

As part of the PLAN Pilot, our school will collaborate with other selected schools in a giant network. Together, we'll learn and support each other in successfully implementing performance-based learning and assessment practices. This collaborative effort will not only enhance the quality of education we provide but also create a supportive community where educators can share best practices and insights. Additionally, the Department, along with university-based research partners, will collect data from the pilot to develop tools and resources that will support broader implementation across the state. This means that our participation isn't just beneficial for our school but also for the entire education system in New York. We're excited to be at the forefront of this transformative journey! We are on a good path.
 

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