The Association for Middle Level Education (AMLE) is the leading international organization advancing the education of all students ages 10 to 15, helping them succeed as learners and make positive contributions to their communities and to the world. AMLE is committed to helping middle grades educators.
Interviews with authors from AMLE Magazine. www.amle.org/AMLEmagazine AMLE Magazine provides teachers and administrators tools and information to motivate and engage 10- to 15-year-old students in their own learning based on what research tells us is developmentally appropriate.
The Middle Level Legacy video series documents the history of a major educational reform in American Education: the Middle School Movement. The Middle Level Education Legacy Project began in 2003 and included interviews with 18 prominent middle level leaders who provided their perspectives on issues such as critical incidents in the history of the Movement, important research and policy, curriculum, young adolescent development and identity, specialized middle level teacher preparation, significant debates, and challenges to the future of middle level education. These interviews were completed in 2009. The Legacy of Middle School Leaders: In Their Own Words, published in 2011, includes extensive documentation, analysis, and synthesis on the results of these interviews. This Middle Level Legacy video series, also based on these interviews, was released in 2013. This series is meant to provide a resource for middle level educators and leaders to learn about the rich past and legacy of middle school education so that its future and the future of young adolescents can be vibrant and promising.