Like all school districts, large ones have a unique set of challenges. More students, teachers, and leaders create a more diverse set of needs. Large school districts may have larger budgets, but also experience intensified scrutiny on how their dollars are spent. We know that leaders of these districts are looking for ways to improve the experience of all stakeholders and to maximize the ROI of each investment. That's where we come in. There are many ways to improve student outcomes and we help identify what works best for a district of your size. We take the time to get to know you and customize our approach to meet your needs. Every time. No matter how big you are.
As the 15th largest district in the country, Wake County Public School System (WCPSS) was faced with keeping up with the demands of a rapidly growing population. WCPSS worked with Education Elements to design a new “personalized learning school” from the ground up, with a fresh approach to traditional structures and processes along the way.
The Wayne-Finger Lakes BOCES is a unique model in which many school districts work with both Education Elements and each other to rethink their instructional models while meeting the varying needs of each district. The districts demonstrated a high level of cross-collaboration, combined with direct support from Education Elements, to revitalize teaching and learning.
Loudoun County Public Schools is determined to prepare students to be successful in a global work environment. Through supporting them in aligning project-based learning and personalized learning, and developing a strategy for OER, we are helping them get students ready for the future.
Despite outperforming most districts in the state, Horry County Schools (HCS) realized they could do more to raise academic achievement for all students. Education Elements started our work with HCS by developing a personalized learning instructional model and support plan for one pilot middle school. That led to creating a strategy and supporting the design, implementation, and roll-out of personalized learning across the district.
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