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Financing Personalized Learning: What Can We Learn From First-Generation Adopters

A report from CRPE that takes a systematic look at costs associated with implementing personalized learning schools, how leaders of these schools choose to allocate their funds, and what it might take to make personalized learning financially sustainable on public dollars. CRPE studied 16 charter elementary and secondary schools that had received financial support through the Gates Foundation’s Next Generation Learning Challenges (NGLC).

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Building a Partnership with Local Community College To Increase Access to Learning Opportunities

Meriden Public Schools partnered with its local community college to exchange high school classroom space for free college courses for...

Financial Planning in the Time of COVID-19

Three concrete tools, contextualized in case studies that leaders can use as they finish the 2020-21 school year and begin financial...

Using OER in a District Context

Learn about different ways various districts have utilized OER to support and enhance their educational approach.