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Innovative Staffing to Personalize Learning

How new teaching roles and blended learning help students succeed


"Amid all the buzz about personalizing learning, what can we learn from schools getting great results? In a new report, Public Impact and the Clayton Christensen Institute analyzed eight schools and school networks that are not only personalizing learning, but also getting strong learning results with disadvantaged students.

What’s different about these schools compared to the norm? New staffing models combined with blended learning. In these schools, blended learning does not replace teachers. Instead, it augments the ability of multiple adults to understand and meet the needs of individual students in a collaborative workplace."

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