In the age of ESSA, states have an entrepreneurial opportunity to catalyze breakthrough instructional models designed to deliver on the use of real-time data, personalization and competency based progression. This panel, presented in partnership between Innovation Partners America and The Learning Accelerator, will investigate the degree to which this new law and other trends and signals give states opportunity to cultivate new blended models-- and precisely how-- that they couldn’t or didn’t cultivate before.
Panelists (from left to right):
Richard Culatta, CIO, Office of the Governor of Rhode Island
Lisa Duty, CEO, Innovation Partners America (Facilitator)
Bobby Keener, Chief Innovation Officer, Virginia Department of Education
Sam Rauschenberg, Deputy Director, Research, Policy, & Accountability, Georgia Governor’s Office of Student Achievement
Katrina Stevens, Deputy Director of the Office of Educational Technology, U.S. Department of Education
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