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March 15, 2019

iNACOL Hosting Capitol Hill Forum on Competency-Based Education on March 22, 2019

And from the neo-liberals to finish off the week.

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Dear Colleagues,

You are invited to join iNACOL and the American Youth Policy Forum on Friday, March 22, 2019, for a Capitol Hill forum, Competency-Based Education: Promising Policies and Practices for the Future of K-12 Education.

Educators and school districts across the globe are designing modern approaches to teaching and learning that focus on every child achieving mastery through competency-based education (CBE). CBE systems are designed to build the knowledge and skills students need for future success. CBE systems provide students with powerful, personalized learning experiences that are responsive in ensuring all students are prepared for their futures. Instead of ranking and sorting students with variable amounts of learning, such systems are designed to build agency and prepare all students for postsecondary and workforce success by helping them to develop and master key skills for the challenges they will face in the future.

How can policymakers examine whether the K-12 educational system in the United States is “fit for purpose” and support the goals of preparing every student for future success in the workforce, as well as in their personal and professional lives? By bringing together national experts and state and district leaders, this forum will highlight the growth of CBE in state policy, the benefits of CBE, and promising practices taking hold around the country. CBE also enables opportunities for states to align K-12 education with postsecondary education systems and the workforce. This forum will examine federal policy opportunities to advance CBE in the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act, the Every Student Succeeds Act, and the reauthorization of the Higher Education Act.

Presenters:

Learn more about how you can register here.

Follow @nacol and @AYPF_Tweets use #CBE4All to join the conversation live on Twitter. We hope you will join us for what promises to be an engaging and fruitful discussion.

About iNACOL

The mission of iNACOL is to drive the transformation of education systems and accelerate the advancement of breakthrough policies and practices to ensure high-quality learning for all. Visit our websitelike us on Facebookconnect with us on LinkedIn and follow us on Twitter.

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March 8, 2019

Plugged In | 03.08.2019 – iNACOL Testifies Before Minnesota Senate, Symposium Proposals Due Today

And another neo-liberal item to conclude the day.

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Mar. 8, 2019
INACOL HOME PAGE
iNACOL Policy Team Testifies in Minnesota to Support Competency-Based Education
iNACOL Policy Team and Partners testify at Minnesota Senate in Support of Competency-Based Education
The Minnesota Senate Committee on E-12 Finance and Policy held a hearing this week to consider SF 485, a bill which would specifically and explicitly recognize competency-based education models in Minnesota.

iNACOL Vice President for Federal and State Policy Maria Worthen and Policy Director Natalie Truong testified in favor of the bill, joining the bill’s sponsor, E-12 Finance and Policy Chair Senator Carla Nelson, and representatives from Education Evolving, KnowledgeWorks, and the Minnesota Association of School Administrators. Several school districts implementing competency education also submitted letters of support to the committee. Jason Berg, Executive Director of Educational Services at the Farmington Area Public Schools wrote that personalized, competency-based education “allows districts to make equity our pedagogy.”

The following is an excerpt of testimony that iNACOL Policy Director Natalie Truong and I delivered to the committee:

“Competency-based education systems move away from the traditional seat-time-based, one-size-fits-all model of schooling. Competency-based education models will ensure students are ready for a 21st-century economy and can succeed in college, career and civic life.”

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iNACOL & Partners Discuss Leading the Field of Personalized Learning at SXSW EDU
iNACOL & Partners Discuss Leading the Field of Personalized Learning at SXSW EDU
iNACOL President & CEO Susan Patrick joined Dana Borrelli-Murray of Highlander Institute, Elisabeth Stock of PowerMyLearning, and Beth Rabbitt of The Learning Accelerator for “CEO State of Play in Personalized Learning” at the ninth annual SXSW EDU in Austin, Texas, this week. Together on Wednesday, they shared insights from building the fast-growing field, including the challenges and opportunities embedded in defining personalized learning, the spread of new learning models across the nation, and what lies ahead. The following quotes are highlights of the discussion, courtesy of our partners at New Profit Inc., and other friends engaged in the conversation.
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Reminders
Today Is the Deadline to Submit a Proposal to Present at the 2019 iNACOL Symposium
Tonight at 11:59 p.m., the Request for Proposals for the iNACOL Symposium will close. You have just a few remaining hours to add your proposal for consideration. Please visit our RFP site for instructions and to submit. This year’s Symposium will be held at the Palm Springs Convention Center in Palm Springs, California, on October 28-31, 2019. The theme is:  Shining a Light on the Future of Learning. For tips on submitting your presentation proposal, we have an archived webinar that explains the process and timeline for proposal selection, and highlights ways to design interactive sessions that generate meaningful collaboration and foster engagement. In addition, this recently posted blog answers frequently asked questions about the Symposium and the RFP process.
SUBMIT

 

Digital Learning Day activities planned
Capitol Hill Forum on Competency-Based Education Set for March 22, 2019
Join us on Friday, March 22nd, for a Capitol Hill forum, Competency-Based Education: Promising Policies and Practices for the Future of K-12 Education. Presenters include:

  • Susan Patrick, President & CEO, iNACOL
  • Maria Worthen, Vice President for Federal & State Policy, iNACOL
  • Bill Zima, Superintendent of Schools, Regional School Unit 2,
  • Kelly Brady, Director, Instructional Support for Student-Centered Learning, Idaho State Department of Education
  • Latoya Dixon, Director, Office of School Transformation, South Carolina Department of Education
  • Virgel Hammonds, Chief Learning Officer, KnowledgeWorks
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New from iNACOL’s Blog: Education Domain
Lessons from South Carolina and Utah on Funding Innovation in Education
As states, districts and schools around the nation begin redesigning education systems that to better support students to thrive in the future, they are naturally operating in different landscapes to launch their work from different entry points.

One issue that several states contend with is how to fund their transformation efforts. In our recent issue brief, State Funding Strategies to Support Education Innovation, we described the work underway in South Carolina and Utah, two states leading the nation in developing future-focused, student-centered learning environments.

– Maria Worthen and Natalie Truong

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Lessons from South Carolina and Utah on Funding Innovation in Education

 

Considering Equity in Education During Black History Month
Considering Equity in Education During Black History Month
As we come to terms with how rapidly the world is changing around us and as we recognize that our country’s economic, political and civic engines depend on strong, adaptable and capable citizens, we must ask whether our education system is fit for the purpose of preparing all our students for the future, or whether we are satisfied to continue reinforcing those structures and elements that leave learners of color disadvantaged, disenfranchised and in deficit mode.

– Ashley Jones

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Modern learning environments
Featured Resource
Future-Focused Education Innovations: Insights from Global Leaders
The New Zealand Education system’s vision is described as a “highly connected, interdependent education system that equips students with skills for the future, fosters students’ identity, language and culture, and prepares students to participate as successful citizens in the 21st century.” iNACOL hosted a webinar with education leaders from New Zealand to discuss the future trends in global systems, further explore deeper learning and learn about the CORE Education Positioning System (EPS).
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BONUS: Wrap-Up on the New Zealand Series
Plugged In Headlines: News about Education Transformation
3 Myths of Personalized Learning
Andrew Miller, Edutopia

Linda Darling-Hammond at City Club Cleveland
The City Club of Cleveland

This Educator’s Philosophy Is Anything But Textbook
Micah Materre, WGN

Report Finds $23 Billion Racial Funding Gap for Schools 
Laura Meckler, Washington Post

NYC Schools Using ‘Mastery-Based’ Learning Also Support Integration Goals
Amadou Diallo, WNYC News

3 Critical Conversations We Must Have Around the Future of Personalized Learning: Equity, Technology & Balancing Individual vs. Collective Learning Experiences
Beth Rabbitt, The 74

(NM) Public Education Department Plans to Scrap A-F Grading System
Dillon Mullan, Santa Fe New Mexican

Why Education Needs a ‘Whole Child’ Approach
James Comer and Linda Darling-Hammond, Governing

Rubin – A Personalized Approach to Personalized Learning: How This 5-Step Pathway Is Helping School and Districts Experiment the Smart Way
Shawn Rubin, The 74

MSU, State Partner to Study Competency-Based Education
Katharine Strunk, MSU Today


iNACOL in the News
Taking Personalized Learning to Scale
iNACOL defines personalized learning as “tailoring learning for each student’s strength, needs, and interests-including enabling student’s voice and choice in what, how, when and where they learn…Read More.

Analysis – The Future of School Governance: How Will Innovative Education Systems Balance a Need for Experimentation With a Parent’s Right to Make Informed Choices?
For advanced thinking on measurement issues in a nimble education system, see iNACOL’s recent report, Fit for Purpose: Taking the Long View on Systems Change and Policy to Support Competency Education…Read More.

Patrick – Personalized Learning on the Rise: What I’ve Learned After Visiting 80 Schools Where Teachers and Principals Are Rethinking Their Classroom Culture
I regularly visit schools as part of my work at iNACOL, but over the past two years, my 80-plus visits have been part of an investigation on the transformation of instructional practices toward personalized learning…Read More.

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CompetencyWorks
CompetencyWorks is an online resource dedicated to competency education in K-12 education. CompetencyWorks shares original research, knowledge and a variety of perspectives through an informative blog with practitioner knowledge, policy advancements, papers on emerging issues and a wiki with resources curated from across the field. Bookmark this resource and check often for frequent updates.
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Resources
Working collaboratively with diverse experts in the field, iNACOL produces reports, books, policy briefs, blog posts, webinars and related resources on key topics and tough issues that equip and empower educators and leaders to catalyze and scale personalized, next generation learning models. Use our web-based library to freely access and share materials.
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March 4, 2019

REMINDER: Request For Presentation Proposals Is Open | iNACOL Symposium 2019

And from the neo-liberals.

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Dear Colleagues:

The deadline for submitting workshop and session proposals to present at the iNACOL Symposium is this Friday, March 8, 2019 at 11:59 p.m. ET. 

iNACOL is now accepting Requests for Presentation Proposals to present at the iNACOL Symposium, held at the Palm Springs Convention Center in Palm Springs, California on October 28-31, 2019. This year’s theme is: Shining a Light on the Future of LearningiNACOL’s annual conference is the premier learning conference for those driving the transformation of education systems and accelerating the advancement of breakthrough policies and practices to ensure high-quality learning for all. Experts, practitioners, educators, policymakers, researchers and innovators gather and work to transform education.

To access the RFP and submit your proposal to present, please click hereThe deadline for submitting presentation proposals is Friday, March 8, 2019 at 11:59 p.m. ET. You can download the RFP questions in advance by clicking this link. The iNACOL Program Committee will notify applicants of proposal status no later than Monday, May 6, 2019.

The iNACOL Program Committee will give priority to proposals that provide engaging and interactive learning opportunities, modeling personalized, competency-based learning environments, drawing on participant experiences and promoting dialogue and exchange. Across the various presentation formats and strands, we also encourage presentation proposals that target specific nuances of implementation that dig below the surface and unpack rather than being very general in nature.

For tips on submitting your presentation proposal, we have an archived webinar that explains the RFP process and timeline for proposal selection, and highlights ways to design interactive sessions that generate meaningful collaboration and foster engagement.

If you have questions regarding the RFP, please contact Christy Ellis, Events Project Manager, at cellis@inacol.org. For other frequently asked questions, explore the Symposium FAQs web page.

Registration for the Symposium will open in early spring. Find more information on the iNACOL Symposium website, and follow our TwitterFacebook and LinkedIn feeds for updates.

Share this RFP Announcement on Twitter:

  • iNACOL is now accepting presentation proposals for #inacol19, held on Oct. 28-31 in Palm Springs, CA. Submit your proposal before 3/8: http://ow.ly/yh0030ipn1l @nacol
  • Interested in presenting at the @nacol Symposium, Oct. 28-31 in Palm Springs? iNACOL is now accepting proposals to present, due 3/8. Submit proposal here: http://ow.ly/yh0030ipn1l

Helpful Links:

About the iNACOL Symposium

The iNACOL Symposium is the premier learning conference driving the transformation of education systems and accelerating the advancement of breakthrough policies and practices to ensure high-quality learning for all. On October 28-31, 2019, iNACOL’s annual conference will bring together 3,000 experts and educational leaders exploring the leading edge of personalized, competency-based learning in K-12 education from across the United States and around the world, including leading practitioners and educators, policymakers, researchers and innovators from throughout the field. Attendees will find invaluable networking opportunities; access to expertise, analysis, the latest trends and research; and thought-provoking interactive sessions for leaders shaping the future of education. The Symposium includes hundreds of engaging interactive sessions, with tags to guide attendees toward highly relevant professional learning opportunities. Learn more on the iNACOL Symposium website.

About iNACOL 

The mission of iNACOL is to drive the transformation of education systems and accelerate the advancement of breakthrough policies and practices to ensure high-quality learning for all. Visit our websitelike us on Facebook, connect with us on LinkedIn and follow us on Twitter.

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February 28, 2019

REMINDER: Request for Presentation Proposals is Open | iNACOL Symposium 2019

From the neo-liberals themselves…

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Dear Colleagues:

The deadline for submitting workshop and session proposals to present at the iNACOL Symposium is Friday, March 8, 2019 at 11:59 p.m. ET. 

iNACOL is now accepting Requests for Presentation Proposals to present at the iNACOL Symposium, held at the Palm Springs Convention Center in Palm Springs, California on October 28-31, 2019. This year’s theme is: Shining a Light on the Future of LearningiNACOL’s annual conference is the premier learning conference for those driving the transformation of education systems and accelerating the advancement of breakthrough policies and practices to ensure high-quality learning for all. Experts, practitioners, educators, policymakers, researchers and innovators gather and work to transform education.

To access the RFP and submit your proposal to present, please click hereThe deadline for submitting presentation proposals is Friday, March 8, 2019 at 11:59 p.m. ET. You can download the RFP questions in advance by clicking this link. The iNACOL Program Committee will notify applicants of proposal status no later than Monday, May 6, 2019.

The iNACOL Program Committee will give priority to proposals that provide engaging and interactive learning opportunities, modeling personalized, competency-based learning environments, drawing on participant experiences and promoting dialogue and exchange. Across the various presentation formats and strands, we also encourage presentation proposals that target specific nuances of implementation that dig below the surface and unpack rather than being very general in nature.

For tips on submitting your presentation proposal, we have an archived webinar that explains the RFP process and timeline for proposal selection, and highlights ways to design interactive sessions that generate meaningful collaboration and foster engagement.

If you have questions regarding the RFP, please contact Christy Ellis, Events Project Manager, at cellis@inacol.org. For other frequently asked questions, explore the Symposium FAQs web page.

Registration for the Symposium will open in early spring. Find more information on the iNACOL Symposium website, and follow our TwitterFacebook and LinkedIn feeds for updates.

Share this RFP Announcement on Twitter:

  • iNACOL is now accepting presentation proposals for #inacol19, held on Oct. 28-31 in Palm Springs, CA. Submit your proposal before 3/8: http://ow.ly/yh0030ipn1l @nacol
  • Interested in presenting at the @nacol Symposium, Oct. 28-31 in Palm Springs? iNACOL is now accepting proposals to present, due 3/8. Submit proposal here: http://ow.ly/yh0030ipn1l

Helpful Links:

About the iNACOL Symposium

The iNACOL Symposium is the premier learning conference driving the transformation of education systems and accelerating the advancement of breakthrough policies and practices to ensure high-quality learning for all. On October 28-31, 2019, iNACOL’s annual conference will bring together 3,000 experts and educational leaders exploring the leading edge of personalized, competency-based learning in K-12 education from across the United States and around the world, including leading practitioners and educators, policymakers, researchers and innovators from throughout the field. Attendees will find invaluable networking opportunities; access to expertise, analysis, the latest trends and research; and thought-provoking interactive sessions for leaders shaping the future of education. The Symposium includes hundreds of engaging interactive sessions, with tags to guide attendees toward highly relevant professional learning opportunities. Learn more on the iNACOL Symposium website.

About iNACOL 

The mission of iNACOL is to drive the transformation of education systems and accelerate the advancement of breakthrough policies and practices to ensure high-quality learning for all. Visit our websitelike us on Facebook,  connect with us on LinkedIn and follow us on Twitter.

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February 22, 2019

Plugged In | 02.22.2019 – Announcing Capitol Hill Forum On Competency-Based Education And More Education Innovation News

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Feb. 22, 2019
INACOL HOME PAGE
iNACOL Announces Capitol Hill Forum on Competency-Based Education
You are invited to join iNACOL and the American Youth Policy Forum on Friday, March 22, 2019, for a Capitol Hill forum, Competency-Based Education: Promising Policies and Practices for the Future of K-12 Education.

Educators and school districts across the globe are designing modern approaches to teaching and learning that focus on every child achieving mastery through competency-based education (CBE). CBE systems are designed to build the knowledge and skills students need for future success. CBE systems provide students with powerful, personalized learning experiences that are responsive in ensuring all students are prepared for their futures. Instead of ranking and sorting students with variable amounts of learning, such systems are designed to build agency and prepare all students for postsecondary and workforce success by helping them to develop and master key skills for the challenges they will face in the future.

How can policymakers examine whether the K-12 educational system in the United States is “fit for purpose” and support the goals of preparing every student for future success in the workforce, as well as in their personal and professional lives?  By bringing together national experts and state and district leaders, this forum will highlight the growth of CBE in state policy, the benefits of CBE, and promising practices taking hold around the country. CBE also enables opportunities for states to align K-12 education with postsecondary education systems and the workforce. This forum will examine federal policy opportunities to advance CBE in the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act, the Every Student Succeeds Act, and the reauthorization of the Higher Education Act.

Panelists will include:

  • Susan Patrick, President and Chief Executive Officer, iNACOL
  • Maria Worthen, Vice President for Federal & State Policy, iNACOL
  • Bill Zima, Superintendent of Schools, Regional School Unit 2, Maine
  • Kelly Brady, Director, Instructional Support for Student-Centered Learning, Idaho State Department of Education
  • Latoya Dixon, Director, Office of School Transformation, South Carolina Department of Education
  • Virgel Hammonds, Chief Learning Officer, KnowledgeWorks

Read more on our website for details about how to register to attend.

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Funding to Advance New Learning Models in Idaho and Georgia
In a series of blogs, we are exploring how states are approaching the resourcing of education transformation. Idaho and Georgia are two exemplars that have developed funding strategies to advance new learning models including mastery-based and personalized learning. These programs have provided an opportunity for successful implementation in each state.
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Reminders
The Deadline to Submit an iNACOL Symposium Presentation Proposal Is March 8, 2019
iNACOL is now accepting Requests for Presentation Proposals to present at the iNACOL Symposium — to be held at the Palm Springs Convention Center in Palm Springs, California on October 28-31, 2019. This year’s theme is: Shining a Light on the Future of Learning. For tips on submitting your presentation proposal, we have an archived webinar that explains the RFP process and timeline for proposal selection, and highlights ways to design interactive sessions that generate meaningful collaboration and foster engagement. In addition, this blog answers frequently asked questions about the Symposium and the process for submitting a proposal.
LEARN MORE
Digital Learning Day activities planned
Digital Learning Day Is February 28, 2019
Each year, states, districts, schools, and classrooms hold thousands of events to celebrate Digital Learning Day. The day has come to mark approaches at increasing equity and access to educational opportunities, improving effectiveness and productivity of schools, providing student-centered learning to ensure college and career readiness for all students. More than 515 local DLDay celebrations are scheduled on the Digital Learning Day map. The Alliance for Excellent Education will be hosting two webinars that day. The first is focused on How School and District Leaders Can Create the Conditions for Innovation and Change, and the second is on How Librarians, Instructional Coaches, and Teachers Are Leading Innovation in Schools.
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New from iNACOL’s Blog: Education Domain
Frequently Asked Questions about Submitting a Proposal to Present at #iNACOL19
Through March 8, 2019, we are seeking presentation proposals that provide engaging and interactive learning opportunities, modeling personalized, competency-based learning environments, drawing on participant experiences and promoting dialogue and exchange. Across the various presentation formats and strands, we also encourage presentation proposals that target specific nuances of implementation that dig below the surface and unpack rather than being very general in nature. Following is a list of frequently asked questions about submitting presentation proposals for the iNACOL Symposium 2019.

– Natalie Slocum

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Developing a Funding Strategy to Support Innovation in Rhode Island and Arkansas

 

States Can Apply for New Federal Funding to Support Innovative Assessments through the $17.6M Competitive Grants for State Assessments Program at USED
States Can Apply for New Federal Funding to Support Innovative Assessments through the $17.6M Competitive Grants for State Assessments Program at USED
The U.S. Department of Education (USED) is inviting states to apply for fiscal year 2019 Competitive Grants for State Assessments, a federal program that can be used by states to support innovative systems of assessments under the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). The Competitive Grants for State Assessments program replaced the Enhanced Assessment Grants program when Congress passed ESSA.

– Maria Worthen

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Featured Resource: The Purpose of K-12 Public Education Today
K-12 education in the United States and across the world is at a critical point in its evolution. Effective education is necessary to truly prepare students for success. In this blog, Chris Sturgis analyzes the current purpose of K-12 education and how the implementation of effective new models can foster true whole-child success for each and every student.
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BONUS: The Work of Transforming K-12 Education
Plugged In Headlines: News about Education Transformation
Helping Students Develop Competencies, Teachers Hone Their Own
Mark Lieberman, Inside Higher Ed

Fewer AP Classes, Suspended More Often: Black Students Still Face Racism in Suburbs
Justin Murphy and Georgie Silvarole, USA TODAY

District Selected for Statewide Cohort of Personalized Learning
Carolyn Webber Alder, The Park Record

Why We Need to Rethink Education in the Artificial Intelligence Age 
John R. Allen, Brookings Institution

Ridgewood High School Looking to Shift Its Approach to Academic Interventions 
Megann Horstead, Chicago Tribune

NoVo Foundation Accepting Applications for Social and Emotional Learning Initiatives
Philanthropy News Digest

It’s Time Teachers Reclaimed ‘Personalized Learning’ in the Name of Equity 
Paul Emerich France, EdSurge

Analysis – The Future of School Governance: How Will Innovative Education Systems Balance a Need for Experimentation With a Parent’s Right to Make Informed Choices?
Paul Hill, The 74


iNACOL in the News
Classroom Technology Should Take A Back Seat to Learning Structure, Experts Say 
Acquiring new classroom technology for students to explore isn’t as important as reforming the pedagogical structure they’re learning in – including a redefinition of success and accountability for students and teachers…Read More.

 

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Policy
The iNACOL Center for Policy Advocacy leads the multi-stage evolution of policy necessary for the growth of effective personalized learning models toward the goals of high quality, equity, access and dramatically improving student learning to close the achievement gap and ensure every student has access to high-quality, world-class learning opportunities.
READ MORE
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CompetencyWorks
CompetencyWorks is an online resource dedicated to competency education in K-12 education. CompetencyWorks shares original research, knowledge and a variety of perspectives through an informative blog with practitioner knowledge, policy advancements, papers on emerging issues and a wiki with resources curated from across the field. Bookmark this resource and check often for frequent updates.
READ MORE
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Resources
Working collaboratively with diverse experts in the field, iNACOL produces reports, books, policy briefs, blog posts, webinars and related resources on key topics and tough issues that equip and empower educators and leaders to catalyze and scale personalized, next generation learning models. Use our web-based library to freely access and share materials.
READ MORE
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