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‘Toolkit’ Breaks Down K-12 Districts’ Shifts Into Competency-Based Learning
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By: Sean Cavanagh on June 9th, 2017

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‘Toolkit’ Breaks Down K-12 Districts’ Shifts Into Competency-Based Learning

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A new guide provides insights on districts’ efforts to pioneer approaches in “competency-based learning,” and documents the many challenges they can face along the way.

The online Competency-Based Education Toolkit was unveiled recently by Digital Promise, a nonprofit that seeks to promote the effective use of technology and research in schools, and Education Elements, a consulting firm that works with districts on “personalized learning” and other goals.

The guide offers on-the-ground examples from districts that are at various stages of developing or implementing competency-based models, and it’s meant to serve as a blueprint for other K-12 systems that might follow their lead.


This article appeared originally on Edweek Market Brief. Read the full article here.

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About Sean Cavanagh

Sean Cavanagh is Senior Editor of EdWeek Market Brief. He is also a reporter and editor for Education Week, where he has covered a variety of beats since 2002. His primary focus is on business and technology issues in K-12 education. Previously he covered math and science education, charter schools and school choice, and federal policy. Before joining Education Week, he was a reporter for daily newspapers in Tennessee and Florida.

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