AASA Summit Gets Good Marks

The following are testimonials gathered from superintendents who attended AASA’s Superintendents Personalized Learning Cohort, May 9-11, held at the headquarters of the School Improvement Network in Salt Lake City, Utah.

“I’m glad there is an organized voice to push this personalized learning movement. I believe in this cause and I believe in what AASA and the School Improvement Network are doing.” 

Roger Cook, Taylor County Schools
Campbellsville, Ky. 

“We are in the process of transitioning personalized learning. I really want to be around people who want to create synergy and people who are leaders who I can glean information from and bring this information back to my own district.”

Jeff Dillon, Wilder School District
Wilder, Idaho.

“Our school district, school board and state school board have made modernization of education an extremely high priority. In our district, we want to make sure that students have multiple options and pathways toward graduation and post-secondary education. Coming to see what other school districts are doing and specifically, how schools are implementing these ideas, was important to me.”

Karen Gaborik, superintendent Fairbanks North Star Borough School District
Fairbanks, Alaska 

“The personalized learning cohort was a chance to tap into like-minded superintendents from across the country so that we can learn and implement the best (personalized learning system) possible (in our district).”

Chris Gaines, Melville School District
St. Louis, Mo.

“The idea that we’ll work together over a period of time and have similar experiences with site visits, hear from thought leaders and network, research and write about what we’re learning will be very extremely beneficial (to the personalized learning movement).”   

Jill Gildea, Fremont School District 79
Mundelein, Ill.

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