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At the end of this month, I’ll be joining 99 other innovators from around the country in Denver, Colorado for the CompetencyWorks National Summit on K-12 Competency-Based Education. The Summit will tackle 6 issues: equity, policy, quality, meeting kids where they are, identifying emerging issues and revising the working definition of competency education.

Leading up to the Summit, CompetencyWorks designed a participatory process to engage a wider network of experts and ensure we’re tapping into the collective knowledge of the field. These reports explore four complex issues that are challenging the field: Equity, Policy, Meeting Students Where They Are, and Quality. The reports share insights from fellow practitioners who are transforming K-12 education, and these will be updated based on feedback from attendees at the National CBE Summit.

You can read more details on these reports at the following links and please do send us your thoughts at!

In Pursuit of Equality: Guiding Principles for Equity Strategies in Personalized, Competency-Based Education

Meeting Students Where They Are

Fit for Purpose: Taking the Long View on Systems Change and Policy to Support Competency Education

In Search of Efficacy: Defining the Elements of Quality in a Competency-Based Education System

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