KnowledgeWorks Looks to the Future With a New Brand Identity and Website


Today, KnowledgeWorks unveiled refreshed brand identity and new website, inspired and informed by the nonprofit’s commitment to actively engaging with educators, policymakers and communities to advance personalized, competency-based learning.

“Improving educational outcomes for all students has always been at the center of what we do,” said Judy Peppler, CEO of KnowledgeWorks. “Our new visual identity builds upon our history and reflects our mission of transforming outcomes for all students.”

The new logo and refreshed brand are now displayed on the new KnowledgeWorks website.

“We wanted our brand to reflect our expanded capabilities, ‘the spark’ and continued commitment to our mission and the vibrant relationships we have with our partners,” said Cris Charbonneau, Vice President of Communications and Marketing at KnowledgeWorks.

The newly designed website was created with KnowledgeWorks’ partners in mind. Website visitors can explore the new website for more on what’s happening in the field, KnowledgeWorks’ forecasts for the future of learning, and new helpful reference documents, including an introduction to personalized learning, inspiration for thinking about the future of learning, and recommendations for education policymakers to advance personalized learning.

The new site also offers:

Along with the redesigned website, the KnowledgeWorks weekly newsletter will also get a makeover – readers can expect to see its new look soon.

“We hope that our refreshed brand and website sparks new thinking about personalized, competency-based learning and the future of education,” said Peppler.

Visit to experience the new brand and redesigned website.

About KnowledgeWorks

KnowledgeWorks is a nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing personalized learning that empowers all students to take ownership of their success.

With more than 50 professionals working in 11 states, KnowledgeWorks is uniquely positioned to transform cradle to career education because we’re the only organization that simultaneously engages in strategic forecasting, governmental advocacy and working directly with schools. Throughout our 20-year history, we’ve been passionate about collaborating to create a system-wide approach that grows and sustains student-centered practices – all to equip learners for career and life success.

Through customized professional development, in-depth research such as forecasts on the future of learning and federal education policy guidance and state-level ESSA implementation support, KnowledgeWorks has created opportunities for more than 135,000 students in 20 states through competency-based learning and early