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National Turning Points

National Turning Points was a network of Turning Points regional centers and schools across the country coordinated by the Center for Collaborative Education (CCE). The network worked together to implement the Turning Points model in schools.

Turning Points is a comprehensive education reform model that focuses on improving student learning. Recognizing the need to both strengthen the academic core of middle schools and establish caring, supportive environments that value all young adolescents, Turning Points helps middle schools undergo dramatic change. It is Turning Points' vision that every school and teacher in the network, drawing strength from fellow Turning Points educators, will serve each student with excellence and equity. The network collaborated to create caring, personalized, and academically rigorous learning communities that are responsive to the needs of the young adolescent.

National Turning Points was originally funded by the Carnegie Corporation. Since funding ran out, the National Turning Points center at CCE has remained supportive to inquiries from schools and has provided books and literature when possible. In the event that a school or district is now interested in implementing the Turning Points model, CCE is available to assist with the project. Please write to: info@ccebos.org.

See list of available Turning Points Guides and publications.

   
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