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Letter: North Dakota will become a leader in personalized learning

With the recent signing of Senate Bill 2186 into law, North Dakota is an emerging leader for innovative, personalized learning to better support all students. This is a big win for districts, schools, teachers, parents, community members, and mos...

With the recent signing of Senate Bill 2186 into law, North Dakota is an emerging leader for innovative, personalized learning to better support all students. This is a big win for districts, schools, teachers, parents, community members, and most of all, students.

As a national organization focused on personalized learning, KnowledgeWorks applauds the state for creating the space, support systems, and flexibility for schools and districts to better prepare students for the future.

We thank the legislators who supported this bill, State Superintendent Kirsten Baesler, and Governor Doug Burgum for their leadership and forward-minded, innovative thinking that will positively impact students across the state.

Williams is the vice president of policy and advocacy for KnowledgeWorks.

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