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Published on Feb 21, 2017
Patricia Deklotz, the superintendent of the Kettle Moraine School District in Wales, Wis., instills a culture of personalized learning for students and educators. Students can choose how and what they learn within the state’s standards, and teachers can create their own microcredentials to advance their careers.
“It’s important for me to show there are hard numbers behind the work we do with personalized learning, that we aren’t doing it just because we think it’s right,” Deklotz says.
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