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Chris Summers

Chris Summers is the Director of Curriculum and Instruction for West Oso Independent School District in Corpus Christi, TX. He is in his 22nd year as an educator. Chris spent 14 years as a campus administrator before moving to central office to focus on improving teaching and learning at a systemic level. He has spent his entire career working in schools with low socioeconomic communities and campuses designated at Title I. He is currently working on his Doctorate in Educational Leadership at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi. His passion is working to develop systemic reform with the goal to improve the educational progress and success of all students.

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Classrooms  |  Leaders  |  Personalized Learning  |  School Districts

First Steps to Personalize Learning

If you wait until you’re ready for personalized learning, you’ll never get started! Our antiquated, factory-style education system is failing our students. It’s also failing our teachers. We have more and more students each year struggling to find relevance and connections between what they do in school each day and their future hopes and dreams. Every day, hundreds of thousands of students walk into their school buildings hoping that this day will be the day that school connects with them, is relevant to them, will interest them, will challenge them, will engage them, and will allow their voice to be valued and heard. Sadly, the current structures of most educational systems will not allow for these students to see that day come about.

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