Do not go stupid into that personalized learning blood: Part 1, Mind the evidence | erickalenze

Well, here we go again.

Though very few in education have actual experience with personalized learning, and though many questions remain around recent (but, fairly, somewhat positive) reports of personalized learning’s effectiveness, some very influential groups seem bent on getting the enterprise’s blood pumping about it.

May’s New Schools Venture Fund Summit (think Bonnaroo, only for the Big-‘R’ ed-reform crowd), for example, was heavy with sessions about personalized-learning solutions and potential. The Gates Foundation — with Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg riding piggyback — has declared…

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