A Vision for Personalized Learning in Georgia K-12 Schools

| June 6, 2018

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The road to this vision involved many contributors who deserve recognition, because this document would not have been possible without the collective efforts and bright minds of these individuals and organizations. This process was full of inspiring conversation balanced with debate and constructive critique. First, we would like to thank the individuals who participated in the KSU Personalized Learning Delegation including John Floresta and Jason Waters of Marietta City Schools; Keith Osburn of Georgia Department of Education; Traci Redish, Walt Justice, and Andy Boyle of Kennesaw State University. We would like to thank those schools and teachers who invited this delegation into their spaces to share their exciting work aligned with personalized learning including Barnwell Elementary School, Autrey Mill Middle School, Centennial High School, and Riverstone Montessori Academy.

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