The work of next generation learning in Colorado Springs School District 11 has some striking similarities to group painting excursions.


One Boston high school developed a system of personalized adult learning when the school used four key culture shift levers.


If "PD" conjures memories of being lectured at about stuff teachers don't care about, "Unprofessional Development" can redefine how teachers spend their time learning together.


Two core elements point to what school can and should be in order to create lasting change in the lives of students.


Taking a practitioner lens to draw reasonable inferences and raise thoughtful questions about personalized learning research.


In the move toward personalized learning, we risk falling into several age-old traps that reduce a complex, challenging undertaking to a smaller, more easily digestible version of itself.


Distinctive Schools understands that a commitment to personalized learning is a collective mindset that translates into structures and practices that evolve over time.


A new research report from the RAND Corporation suggests greater implementation of personalized learning may relate to more positive effects on achievement, but it's still early days for personalized learning research.


Early education is one of Vista Unified's three brushstrokes to transform the learning experience. The district is working with community partners to close the achievement gap by Grade 3.


To teach software engineering, Flatiron School designed a pedagogy that supported the development of empathy, self-awareness, humility, and agency.


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