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The latest on personalized learning, blended learning, CBE and all things innovation in K-12 education. We answer questions before you think to ask them.

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One Not-so-Insane Summer List for Educators That You Would Be Crazy To Not Read

It is well-documented that summer learning loss is real for students, with kids losing up to two months of mathematical computational skills during their break, and low-income students falling behind in reading as well.

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Supporting Personalized Learning through Creating a Community Around It

Water balloons aren’t the only thing that make summer exciting. This summer marks a thrilling new chapter in the way Education Elements supports schools and districts in launching and sustaining successful Personalized Learning initiatives.

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Blended Learning  |  Leaders  |  NWEA  |  Students  |  Summer  |  Teachers

It's May: You are looking forward, but we are looking back

Right now teachers and leaders across the country are counting down the days until the end of the school year (some students are doing the math in hours). The weather is getting warmer, the sun is shining and people are singing “School’s Out For Summer” underneath their breath. Everyone is starting to think about what’s next, everyone is looking ahead.

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