Kyrene Schools Working to Reshape Learning for Elementary, Middle Schoolers
Kyrene School District is full-steam-ahead in its efforts to reshape elementary and middle school students learn over the next five years.
According to Ahwatukee Foothills News, Superintendent Jan Vesely assembled a group of about 43 administrators, educators, parents, students and other interested adults last month for a day of “visioning.”
The goal of the event was to help gather ideas to inform a five-year plan to address gaps identified in an audit of Kyrene’s curriculum, operation, structure and other components that affect students’ learning, the article said.
Some of the ideas that came out of the session were to create flexible classroom environments, more personalized learning with real-time feedback, and a greater choice of subjects.
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