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Peter Olson-Skog and Jessica Anderson

Peter Olson-Skog is the Superintendent of Schools for District 197 in West St. Paul. Previously, Olson-Skog was Assistant Superintendent for Roseville Area Schools leading the district’s Department of Teaching and Learning. During his tenure, Olson-Skog guided the district through several initiatives such as the introduction of personalized learning, a 1:1 technology roll-out, a focus on creating equitable schools, the development of a multi-tiered academic support system for students and the implementation of an instructional coaching model for teachers. Jessica is part of the marketing team at Ed Elements, working on connecting educators with necessary resources, and advocates for transformational education, with a background in marketing and higher ed.

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Innovative Leadership  |  School Districts

A Superintendent's Quest to Marry Equity and Personalized Learning

Equity and personalized learning share quite a bit of common ground. They each require an ongoing commitment from all stakeholders. Both are built on the premise that each person’s needs are unique, and both recognize that no one set of tools and responses will support everyone. Peter Olson-Skog is drawing these connections concretely through his work as Superintendent at District 197 in West St. Paul. We recently interviewed him to learn more about how he connects equity and personalized learning in his district.

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