December 10, 2012

Four Strategies in Four Years

Lisa Duty, Senior Director of Innovation of Knowledgeworks, recently published “Four Strategies in Four Years that will Transform a Community Forever” about the education collaboration taking place in the Reynoldsburg City School District. Reynoldsburg was recently named one of 61 national finalists for the U.S. Department of Education’s 2012 Race to the Top-District competition. The four strategies include 1) Expanding Educational Choice, 2) Embracing blended learning, 3) Enabling collective impact through collaboration with community partners, and 4) Using data analytics to support personalization.

Consistent with their legacy of innovation, RCS seeks to accelerate bold action taking in four key areas in four years that cumulatively support the smart recombination of resources on behalf of–and with–young learners. Lisa Duty, Education Week

Visit Education Week for more information about this exciting partnership.

Guest post by Jeanne Bernish


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