School Superintendents Association Calls for Shift to Personalized Learning in Public Policy Agenda

By Brian Zahn
May 2, 2016

This article elucidates the public policy unveiled by the Connecticut Association of Public School Superintendents for 2016, reflecting its vision of schools that teach students to demonstrate mastery and receive more funding from the state. The organization identified three themes to advocate in 2016: equity, excellence, and innovation, with an emphasis on seeing a shift to personalized learning.

Source Organization: West Hartford News

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