Networking with Educators Committed to Personalized Learning

Schools, districts and state education agencies throughout the country have partnered with KnowledgeWorks to grow personalized learning practices and educator capacity. We facilitate networking with educators and leaders from other communities at various stages in implementing personalized learning, creating opportunities for our partners to connect with peers and learn from others’ experiences. Learning opportunities include school visits, regional network meetings and cross-district professional development.

KnowledgeWorks has partnered with:

  • Akron Early College High School at the University of Akron (Ohio)
  • Birmingham Public Schools (Alabama)
  • Cincinnati Public Schools (Ohio)
  • Farmington Area Public Schools (Minnesota)
  • Garfield County School District (Colorado)
  • Kenowa Hills Public Schools (Michigan)
  • Maine Administrative School District (Maine)
  • Marion City Schools (Ohio)
  • Marysville Exempted Village School District (Ohio)
  • Mesa County Valley School District (Colorado)
  • New Heights Charter School (Massachusetts)
  • Regional School Unit 2 (RSU2) (Maine)
  • Selma City Schools (Alabama)
  • The Early College at Delaware State University (Delaware)
  • Timken Early College (Ohio)
  • Toledo Public Schools (Ohio)

KnowledgeWorks takes us along on conferences and introduces us to other district leaders who are doing similar work so we can share our ideas and experiences. That’s been helpful, because I wouldn’t have known otherwise that people in Maine are doing the exact same thing I’m doing. I would never have had access to that connection.

Ashley Thompson
Personalized Learning Coordinator, Marysville Exempted Village School District

Interested in networking with educators from other districts? Talk with a KnowledgeWorks teaching and learning expert.
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