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Personalized Learning: Lessons to Get the Message Right
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Personalized Learning: Lessons to Get the Message Right

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Interest in personalized learning continues to surge all across the country. However, not everyone understands what personalized learning looks like or the changes it will necessitate, and people are often wary of what they don’t understand. So how we talk about personalized learning can either engage families or push them away.

Education Elements and ExcelinEd have been working to support schools and policymakers to identify the support and policies needed to successfully implement personalized learning – and we’ve learned some important lessons. We have consistently heard how difficult it can be to build community support for a long-term transition to this innovative strategy. Knowing this, ExcelinEd conducted a national survey of 800 voters to try and gauge voters’ understanding of personalized learning and why it may interest them...


 This article originally appeared on Getting Smart Access the full article here.

About Amy Jenkins and Karla Phillips

Amy Jenkins is the COO at Education Elements. She started her career as a middle school teacher, co-founded the local branch of a non-profit after-school program, and worked at both NewSchools Venture Fund and Monitor before joining Education Elements. Amy has been published in multiple education publications and a speaker at conferences across the country. Amy has an MBA from Harvard Business School and an AB from Dartmouth College. She lives in San Carlos with her two precocious and raucous daughters. Karla Phillips is the Policy Director for Personalized Learning at ExcelinEd. Previously, she served as Special Assistant to the Deputy Superintendent of Policy and Programs at the Arizona Department of Education. Karla also served as the Education Policy Advisor for Governor Brewer and as the Vice-Chair of Arizona’s Developmental Disabilities Planning Council. Her experience includes serving as Director of State Government Relations for Arizona State University (ASU) and as a senior policy advisor for Arizona’s House of Representatives. Karla received her B.A. from Indiana University and an M.P.A from Arizona State University.

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