Atlanta Educators Reflect on Lessons From Personalized Learning Initiative | Jenny Abamu

Five years into a massive transition to a personalized learning model, Educators at Fulton County School District in Georgia are scratching their heads wondering where they went wrong.

At first, we thought this was just going to be a hoop we have to jump through in order to get these devices.

Daniel Hodge

Back in 2012, ambitious district officials in Fulton County revealed a 5-year plan. Through a special-purpose local option sales tax, the district hoped to raise over $200 million to add 65,000 devices in schools by 2017. There was a catch, however: school…

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