Betheny Gross

    Author Bio:
    Betheny Gross is senior analyst and research director at the Center on Reinventing Public Education at the University of Washington Bothell.


Going the Extra Mile for School Choice

How five cities tackle the challenges of student transportation

FALL 2019 / VOL. 19, NO. 4

Incomplete Reform in Baltimore

A shift in authority to school leaders falls short

Fall 2016 / Vol. 16, No. 4

The New Orleans OneApp

Centralized enrollment matches students and schools of choice

FALL 2015 / VOL. 15, NO. 4

Blog Posts/Multimedia

Teachers Don’t Need to Go It Alone on Personalized Learning

In some school systems, teachers can network and support each other in the effort to radically remake the classroom.


Time to Help Teachers Generate and Use Their Own Evidence on Digital Tools

Teachers tend to rely on their colleagues for advice. That’s understandable, but it means that teachers have little assurance of a product’s effectiveness.


Starting With the ‘Why’ in Personalized Learning

Even in schools committed to personalized learning, teachers often told us they weren’t sure what they were supposed to be doing to personalize learning, or even why they were personalizing learning in the first place.


Why Schools Shouldn’t Go It Alone on Personalized Learning

Principals and teachers trying to personalize their students’ learning are charged with radically reimagining the classroom. Without support, leaders are easily overwhelmed and implementation can fail to get off the ground.


Beware the Iconography Trap of Personalized Learning: Rigor Matters

Personalized learning will not help students if they are working with content that is below their capacity.

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