Monday, July 30, 2018
Personalized Learning Cohort Prepares for 2018-19 Meeting
Rebecca Lowry drew upon her background in psychology to enhance her skills as a school superintendent and develop programs for student growth and academic success. The former superintendent of the Westmoreland County Public Schools in Virginia, Rebecca Lowry is now a school psychologist. She maintains membership in the American Association of School Superintendents (AASA).
AASA delivers personalized learning opportunities through its Personalized Learning Cohort program. Designed to educate school administrators on personalized learning approaches, the program allows education leaders to engage in research studies, explore media stories, and connect with other school districts.
Personalized Learning Cohort also serves to create a community of competent superintendents who will lead a nationwide movement for personalized learning. Sessions and meetings contain content for educators new to personalized learning and those with years of experience. The 2018-19 Personalized Learning Cohort will take place October 31 through November 2, 2018, in the Dysart Unified School District in Dysart, Arizona.