December 14, 2017

How Districts Can Fund Personalized, Competency-Based Education

If money were no object, what might you buy? Which charity would you support? Where would you travel?

How would you redesign school?

Many districts considering moving from a traditional education system to personalized, competency-based education wonder how they will pay for it. It can be a fun exercise to think about how we might design the perfect school if money weren’t an object, but because it is, we’ve created a guide to help districts consider how they might spend differently to support the transition to competency-based education. We outline seven approaches, including:

  • How to align every budgeting decision to your vision
  • How to work with nearby like-minded districts to share the cost
  • How to prioritize culture-building
  • And more!

If you want to achieve real, sustainable change in your district, thinking about how you allocate federal, state and local funds is a critical step.

Download 7 Approaches to Fund the Transition to Personalized, Competency-Based Education to learn more about how your district can fund the switch.Download 7 Approaches to Fund the Transition to Personalized, Competency-Based Education to learn more about how your district can fund the switch.

Jillian Kuhlmann

Written by: Jillian Kuhlmann

Jillian Kuhlmann is the Communications Specialist for KnowledgeWorks.

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