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“Learning for a purpose is deeper and longer lasting,” says charter CEO Kim Carter

“Learning for a purpose is deeper and longer lasting,” says charter CEO Kim Carter

At Making Community Connections Charter Schools (MC2) in Manchester and Keene, students are put in the driver’s seat of their learning experience. In a piece authored by The Hetchinger Report, Kim Carter–former NH Teacher of the Year and MC2’s Chief Education Officer–explains how personalized learning motivates students and prepares them for […]

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Can Sal Khan’s elite, personalized lab school be replicated? It already is–in New Hampshire

NPR featured an article about Sal Khan–the founder of the online Khan Academy–and his Silicon Valley school’s innovative work with personalized learning. At this elite, $25,000 per-year school, students are grouped by “independence level” rather than age, craft attainable daily and long-term goals, and have a voice in what goes […]

Dedication and personalization at the heart of Reading Teacher of the Year’s approach to learning

Dedication and personalization at the heart of Reading Teacher of the Year’s approach to learning

Bow Memorial School reading specialist Anita Shaw was honored as Granite State Reading Council’s Reading Teacher of the Year, according to the Concord Monitor. 

Did you know? NH has a portal for personalized learning!

Did you know? NH has a portal for personalized learning!

The New Hampshire Department of Education has partnered with the Collaborative for Student Success’s Future Ready Initiative to help district leaders and schools integrate personalized learning approaches into their schools and classrooms.

Learning isn’t one size fits all

Learning isn’t one size fits all

By letting go of definitions, schools can find ways to personalize their classrooms that work on their terms.