All Saints’ is hosting an international education conference on campus January 14-15 for the Mastery Transcript Consortium
. The MTC is a growing network of international, public and private schools organized to create a mastery-based high school transcript that reflects the unique skills, strengths, and interests of each learner.
MTC's Executive Director, Stacy Caldwell, is the previous leader of The Princeton Review and College Board. She says, “I’ve seen firsthand how the current model does not serve students and I am excited to work with teachers who will lead the charge to design a new transcript that more fully supports innovative education models.”
Other members include elite schools like Phillips Exeter (New Hampshire), Choate (Connecticut), The Bush School (Seattle), Hockaday (Dallas) and Foxcroft (Virginia), as well as schools from London, Hong Kong, Dubai and Australia.
All Saints’ is the only member school in Tarrant County.
The MTC fits in snugly with ongoing School initiatives, including Challenge Success
conversations about student wellness and perceived vs. actual success. We look forward to hosting this group on campus, as well as enhancing students learning and assessment.
“I gravitated toward MTC’s work because I watched too many motivated and talented young people avoid difficult and meaningful challenges that would have taught them essential skills and habits for college, work, and life, all because of the constraints of and in service to their high-school transcripts,” said Patricia Russell, Chief Education and Operations Officer for Education Reimagined and former Dean of Studies, Phillips Academy, Andover, MA.