Inaugural Superintendent's Cohort on Personalized Learning Meeting Kicks Off Next Week in Utah


James Minichello
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Consortium to Serve as National Foundation for Building Personalized Learning Schools and Districts

Alexandria, Va. – May 6, 2016 – Superintendents from across the country are gathering at the headquarters of the School Improvement Network in Salt Lake City, Utah, on May 9-11, for the inaugural meeting of the AASA Superintendents Personalized Learning Cohort and Certification Program.

“With the rapid changes in the way our students learn and with many emerging opportunities for learning, the possibility of and the imperative for personalizing education today is greater than it’s ever been,” said Daniel A. Domenech, AASA executive director. “Our children do not learn at the same speed and at the same rate. Personalized learning helps to address their needs at the right time.”

The three-day gathering will provide opportunities for participating superintendents to learn and grow together with an eye toward working as “critical friends” as action steps are taken back in their respective districts. An essential part of this new cohort will be taking active roles with colleagues toward an AASA Personalized Learning Certificate.

Read the full press release here.

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