Use of Personalized Learning Platforms in One Pandemic-Era Microschool

A Case Study

Published in: Center on Reinventing Public Education website (2022)

Posted on RAND.org on July 01, 2022

by Christopher Joseph Doss, Elizabeth D. Steiner

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The proliferation of settings in which personalized learning platforms have been used during the pandemic offers rich opportunities for describing those use cases and understanding how such platforms might affect students' academic, social, and emotional outcomes.

We know relatively little about which use cases provide the best outcomes for students. In this report, we discuss one example of how personalized learning platforms were used in the first year of implementation in an innovative learning environment: the Southern Nevada Urban Micro Academy (SNUMA).

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