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In order to realize the promise of innovative teaching models (like blended and personalized learning) at the student level, school leaders need to establish system-level conditions that support educators, students, and staff. Explore our collection of strategies, advice, and tools for leaders to tackle barriers and establish the conditions necessary for effective blended learning at scale.

Resource Allocation

Blended learning can open up opportunities for using critical resources - dollars, time, and space - in new ways. Savvy districts engage in financial planning to understand key cost drivers, identifying strategies to offset costs and developing a multi-year plan to support scaling blended learning models to ensure equitable access. Leaders also use temporal and physical environments differently to allow for more flexibility in how, where, and when students learn and teachers teach.

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