Digital Promise, a national nonprofit organization authorized by Congress, and Education Elements, an education company, yesterday released several free resources that are designed to help districts through competency-based education (CBE) implementation.
First, the “Competency-based Education Toolkit” catalogs a year’s worth of actionable advice and lessons learned from district leaders within the League of Innovative Schools, a national network of K–12 district leaders. The toolkit also includes a video series that showcases the power of competency-based education, cross-district collaboration and open education resources from leaders in several school districts.
The following districts are highlighted:
The CBE toolkit was made with support from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. It is freely available to every district through an online portal.
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