MSD Warren Township is the feature of an article published by the Lexington Institute titled, “Why Personalize: Teaching and Learning in Warren Township, Indiana. In the article, authors Doug Meecar and Don Soifer describe the district as “rapidly emerging as a personal learning leader in the nation’s heartland.” They talk about the district’s strengths in personalizing learning for students and the importance of the district’s leadership, something we know Dr. Cushenberry and her team of administrators can appreciate.
Follow the link to learn more about what’s happening in MSD Warren Township and its “Core Four” approach to decision-making and instruction.
According to their website, the Lexington Institute’s goal is to inform, educate, and shape the public debate of national priorities in areas of importance to the future success of democracy, such as national security, education, reform, tax reform, immigration and federal policy concerning science and technology.
Indiana’s urban schools have strong connections with their school communities. This is demonstrated by their continuing care for the well-being of the children and families they serve. In MSD Warren Township, they are demonstrating that care through personalized learning.