C-A leaders recently presented to the national Learning 2025 cohort. The topic was CO-AUTHORING LEARNING DEFINING READINESS.We shared the readiness dashboard students use to track their progress for being academic, career and life ready as well as stories for all how students are developing the attributes necessary to be college, career and life ready.
Being part of the Learning 2025 cohort is allowing us to learn from one another at C-A , and among other Learning 2025 systems who like us are taking action to accelerate our goals not only for today’s students but our newest students who will be graduating in 2035. Being a part of Learning 2025 provides the support to give us additional courage to lead in the effort to make sure all means all when we talk about student success. These efforts take partnership, which is exactly what the AASA Learning 2025 Network is all about. For example
Our conversations among teachers during our daily professional learning are laser focused on student learning and wellness and how we can replicate post secondary experiences to prepare students for their future.
The district, replicating our micro-credential professional learning model is developing a systemic badge program to supplement report cards in pre-kindergarten and kindergarten (a system expected to have full implementation by the 2024-25 academic year).