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Leadership Competencies for Learner-Centered, Personalized Education

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September 21, 2017

The Leadership Competencies for Learner-Centered, Personalized Education are a first step in identifying the knowledge, skills and dispositions leaders must master in order to build and sustain learner-centered, personalized schools and learning environments. Outside of the education world, many of the themes in the Leadership Competencies for Learner-Centered, Personalized Education reflect a larger movement across numerous industries and sectors, from high-tech to healthcare to nonprofits, toward a continuous improvement approach, shared leadership and greater transparency.

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Leadership Competencies for Learner-Centered, Personalized Education were originally published by JFF and the Council of Chief State School Officers, with support from the Nellie Mae Education Foundation.

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