Personalized Learning Case Studies

Why Personalize: Teaching and Learning in Warren Township, Indiana Executive Summary Indiana’s Metropolitan School District of Warren Township is rapidly emerging as a personalized learning leader in the nation’s heartland. The district, one of sixteen winners of federal Race to the Top District grants from the U.S. Department of [Read More...]
Innovating to Accelerate Gains at Truesdell Education Campus in Washington, DC Executive Summary Truesdell Education Campus in the District of Columbia Public Schools, is quickly becoming one of the most innovative elementary schools in the region, with the student academic gains and outcomes to prove it.  Central to this innovation is [Read More...]
From Good to Great Through Personalized Learning in Loudoun County, Virginia Click here to download the article as PDF. Executive Summary This fall, Northern Virginia’s Loudoun County Public Schools will introduce a new personalized learning approach in 15 elementary and secondary schools, adding a powerful strategy to the district’s overall vision [Read More...]
Middletown, NY Personalizes Learning To Narrow Achievement Gaps Click here to download the full study as PDF. Summary The Enlarged City School District of Middletown, New York is showing the nation how to transform a once-struggling district. Proving that good things come in small packages, this economically challenged [Read More...]
Personalizing Educational Excellence in the Arizona Desert Summary This Fall, Arizona’s Yuma Elementary School District One will become the nation’s first traditional school district to convert to a districtwide personalized learning model for all students in all schools.  Superintendent Darwin Stiffler and instructional team studied blended learning [Read More...]
Building 21st Century Catholic Learning Communities Enhancing the Catholic Mission with Data, Blended Learning, and Other Best Practices From Top Charter Schools Executive Summary Catholic K-12 education in the United States is in crisis – with rapidly declining enrollment, untenable financial models, and new competition from [Read More...]
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