The work to personalize learning is community-wide, and each of these stories speaks not just to the work that is happening in districts, but the role a community plays in shaping learning. Read our stories about school districts who have implemented personalized, competency-based education or who are personalizing learning for students with early college high school. With nearly 20 years of experience exploring the future of learning and partnering with schools and state and federal policymakers, KnowledgeWorks passionate team believes in working together to create a system-wide approach to grow and sustain student-centered practices. Here are some of our school district stories exploring common strategies, approaches and challenges, and how each community brought their own culture and vision to bear:
How Personalized Learning Ensures All Students Will Learn in Kenowa Hills Public Schools
Considering the needs and strengths of all students and empowering them to own their educational experiences are driving forces in Kenowa Hills’ implementation of personalized, competency-based learning.
How Five Communities in Maine Reimagined Learning Through Competency-Based Education
Learn how five Maine communities came together to transform education in their region and to form a single school district, RSU2, focused on student-centered learning and preparing students for college and life by providing personalized supports and resources.
Building a Vision for All Students in Marysville, Ohio
Read how Marysville Exempted Village School District in Ohio is better serving all learners, empowering educators and building community investment through early college and personalized, competency-based education.