Superintendents To Convene In California For Personalized Learning Summit


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Alexandria, Va., Vista, Calif. – Sept. 19, 2016 – Superintendents from across the country are gathering at the Quantum Learning Network in Oceanside, Calif., Sept. 21-23, for the fall meeting of AASA’s Superintendents’ Leadership and Certification Summit.

Vista Unified School District, a leading school district in implementing personalized learning, is hosting the meeting, the second of two cohort meetings this year. Vista Challenge High School was awarded a $10 million grant this month, as one of 10 schools across the country honored as an “XQ Super School.”

“When we talk about personalized learning in our country, we’re not referring to a distant hope lingering on the horizon—it’s happening now and thriving throughout dozens of school districts in America,” said Daniel A. Domenech, executive director, AASA. “I applaud AASA members who are participating in our superintendent’s cohort. This engagement is geared to share the successful models of personalized learning that are directly addressing the needs of our students. We are also grateful to Vista USD for hosting our meeting.”   

“It’s an honor for the Vista Unified School District, our staff and community to serve as the host site for AASA’s Superintendents’ Cohort on Personalized Learning,” said Devin Vodicka, superintendent, Vista Unified School District, and the 2016 AASA State Superintendent of the Year from California. “It is critically important to create a community of superintendents to lead this national movement. As we grow this movement, more and more students in small school districts and large will benefit.”

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