Rooted in decades of research, the 5th edition of AMLE’s landmark position paper offers a set of five attributes and eighteen characteristics that define successful middle grades schools.
The text and accompany book study for teams explores a robust framework for creating the learning environments that all young adolescents deserve.
Driven by research-based exemplars, AMLE’s holistic school assessment helps gauge your implementation of middle grades best practices. Led by an AMLE coach, schools receive a comprehensive report that includes analysis, recommendations, and actionable next steps.
A recognition and continuous improvement program that is open to any school, anywhere in the world, that educates students aged 10-15. Schools are be supported with AMLE resources and celebrated for their commitment to the best practices outlined in The Successful Middle School: This We Believe.
Willow Farquhar selected as winner of the Middle School Student Sound Off For Immediate Release May 2, 2023 What’s it really like being a middle schooler in 2023? Hundreds of students from around the world shared their thoughts on the question, responding to AMLE’s Middle School Sound Off contest held to mark March as Middle
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For immediate release. May 1, 2023 AMLE Presents Initial Findings from its Successful Middle School Research Project Dr. Sarah Pennington attended last month’s American Educational Research Association (AERA) Annual Meeting, one of the world’s largest gatherings of education researchers and policymakers, to present the initial findings of AMLE’s Successful Middle School Research Project. Dr. Pennington,
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This past year, the team at Lincoln Middle School faced a new, unexpected challenge. “We’re a district that never really had a big newcomer population,” said Ivona Wypych, the EL teacher at Lincoln Middle School in Park Ridge, Illinois. That changed when an influx of students, mostly from Ukraine, moved into their community. Their arrival
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