Innovative Staffing to Personalize Learning: How New Teaching Roles and Blended Learning Help Students Succeed

June 15, 2018

This report explores the need for changes in staffing patterns and school organization in order to support personalized learning. The report highlights findings from a study, conducted by Public Impact and the Clayton Christensen Institute, of schools that use innovative staffing models and blended learning to achieve success. The authors look at the importance of adding new roles, increasing collaboration, supporting coaching, and building pipelines to train new teachers.

This article provides a short overview of the topics explored in this report. Along with the report it offers advice for school and district leaders and would be a good discussion starter.

Source Organization: Public Impact and the Clayton Christensen Institute

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