Portfolio Frameworks

Learn how schools and systems use performance assessment as part of a larger portfolio of student work


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Envision Learning Partners
Average: 5 (5 votes)

"At Envision Schools we are focused on rigor. By rigor we mean complexity: the ability to conduct research, perform inquiry, express oneself creatively, and engage in analysis...

The College Success Portfolio Defense is our capstone activity. It is the final inquiry, the final essential...

Asia Society
Average: 5 (2 votes)

Asia Society’s Graduation Performance System (GPS) prepares high school students for a global, innovation-driven future.

The GPS is an iterative process that lets teachers improve instruction and students develop the knowledge and skills that will ensure they are ready for college—and the...

Maine Department of Education
Average: 1 (1 vote)

Beginning January 1, 2017, a diploma indicating graduation from a Maine secondary school must be based on student demonstration of proficiency.

In order to receive a diploma, a student must:

  • have been engaged in educational experiences relating to English language arts,
  • ...
Rhode Island Department of Education
Average: 5 (1 vote)

Rhode Island has implemented a statewide diploma system to ensure access for all middle and high school students to rigorous, high quality, personalized learning opportunities, and pathways.

Minimum requirements for earning a Rhode Island high school diploma:

  • Demonstrated
  • ...
Danville Schools
Average: 2 (1 vote)

"This Danville Diploma specifies 10 essential experiences and competencies that we want to ensure for each student. Each student will collect evidence demonstrating his/her progress toward reaching each of the competencies in a digital portfolio beginning in the early elementary grades. Students...