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The AGI video library contains over 200 videos presentations from AGI forums and conferences. Each video is categorized as research or practice and includes a short summary.To make it easier for you to browse the library, the videos have been grouped by major topic category and then subtopic.

AGI Director Ron Ferguson welcomes participants at the Creating Pathways to Prosperity Conference March 2013 and offers several overarching themes and guiding principles for the broader Pathways movement. >>>

 

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The Achievement Gap Initiative is a university-wide initiative based at the Harvard Graduate School of Education and the Malcolm Wiener Center for Social Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School.

Reports:

Pathways Report

Pathways to Prosperity: Meeting the Challenge of Preparing Young Americans for the 21st Century >>>

MET Report

The Measures of Effective Teaching (MET) Project Preliminary Findings Research Report >>>

AGI 2009 Conference Report

How High Schools Become Exemplary: Ways That Leadership Raises Achievement and Narrows Gaps by Improving Instruction in 15 Public High Schools >>>

AGI 2008 Conference Report

Raising Achievement and Closing Gaps in Whole School Systems: recent advances in research and Practice >>>