A team from Marion Central School District recently presented at the National Summit for Personalized Learning in San Francisco.
The summit, organized by Education Elements, featured 500 attendees representing over 100 school districts from across the country.
The Marion team presented “Using Micro-credentials to Supercharge Your Personalized Learning Initiative.” MCSD was one of four districts in the U.S. to receive an award recognizing its leadership in the area of personalized learning.
MCSD Superintendent Donald Bavis said the team was honored to be selected among the 200 applicants to present, and that MCSD’s recognition award validated the hard work, commitment and professional courage of its teaching staff. He said personalized learning is not easy work, but it is the right work that matches with the district’s core belief that “students are at the heart” of what it does.