Superintendents Convene In Northern Virginia For AASA’s Personalized Learning Summit


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

Alexandria, Va. – March 29, 2017 – At a time when an increasing number of school districts are creating personalized school environments as a way to reach more students, superintendents and other educators from across the country are gathering at Fuel Education’s headquarters in Herndon, Va., March 29-31, 2017, for the AASA Superintendent’s Cohort on Personalized Learning.

“We continue to bring together visionary leaders who are doing the work of personalized learning,” said Daniel A. Domenech, executive director, AASA. “Since our inaugural AASA Superintendent’s Summit in Park City, Utah (October 2015), we have been active in many areas related to personalized learning. As part of our review and planning, the need has become very clear to create a community of leading superintendents to head the nationwide movement.”

The three-day gathering which begins with the showing of Most Likely to Succeed, will provide opportunities for participating superintendents to learn and grow together with an eye toward working as “critical friends” as action steps are developed to take back to their respective districts.

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