Aligning Roles to Support and Scale Personalized Education

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KnowledgeWorks offers free webinar to explore how states and districts can work together.

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Our upcoming webinar will feature insight from panelists who have worked at the district and state level, building a more in-depth conversation as to how we can work to put the right flexibilities and assurances in place to advance personalized learning."

After interviewing and visiting more than 30 districts, organizations and state education agencies, one thing is clear: Personalized learning is the best way to educate students.

But to overcome restrictive policy barriers, such as mandatory seat time requirements and end-of-year summative assessments, districts could use a little help from their friends – at the state level.

KnowledgeWorks will host a free webinar at 3 p.m. EST on Sept. 17. The webinar, “Aligning Roles: How State Flexibility Allows Districts to Scale Personalized Learning,” will explore how states can work with districts to scale personalized learning.

“States and districts must work together to successfully create and scale personalized learning models,” said Matt Williams, KnowledgeWorks Vice President of Policy and Advocacy. “Our upcoming webinar will feature insights from panelists who have worked at the district and state level, building a more in-depth conversation as to how we can work to put the right flexibilities and assurances in place to advance personalized learning and help all students succeed.”

Webinar attendees will also learn why the shift to personalized learning is important to states and districts, how states can assist districts in this work, and what quality control measures are required for this transformation.

What?     Free webinar: “Aligning Roles: How State Flexibility Allows Districts to Scale Personalized Learning”
When?     Sept. 17, 3 – 4 p.m. EST
Who?    Matt Williams, KnowledgeWorks Vice President of Policy and Advocacy; Virgel Hammonds, KnowledgeWorks Chief Learning Officer and former superintendent of RSU2 School District in Maine; Gretchen Morgan, Executive Director of the Choice and Innovation Unit for the Colorado Department of Education

The webinar is free and open to the public. For more details or to register, visit this webinar page. Contact Mary Kenkel with other questions at kenkelm(at)knowledgeworks(dot)org.

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