This practitioner perspective presents a process in which state-wide initiatives can be used as tools for creating place-based, project-based collaborations between students and local organizations within the community. Vermont is focusing on Content Proficiencies, Transferable Skills, Flexible Pathways and Multi-Tiered Systems of Support. CHIP is an effort to combine these initiatives and offer students meaningful school work that provides a real service for, and connects students with, the local community.
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Rivers, J. (2019). CHIP: Community Historical Interest Projects. Middle Grades Review, 5(1). https://scholarworks.uvm.edu/mgreview/vol5/iss1/5