Personalized Learning for All: Actions for States to Make Aspirations a Reality

This report by the National Center for Learning Disabilities (NCLD) looks at the potential of large scale shifts to personalized learning for students with disabilities. Based on interview with close to 100 leaders in Colorado, New Hampshire, and North Carolina, including expert practitioners, researchers, policy leaders, parents, and others, NCLD identified benefits and associated challenges for students with disabilities in these new personalized learning systems. They identified 5 steps that state leaders can take to help ensure personalized learning systems support students with disabilities.

This report is a must read for policy and education leaders designing new or strengthening existing personalized learning systems in their states. It also offers many suggestions that district and school leaders should consider early in their planning efforts.

Source Organization: National Center for Learning Disabilities

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