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Success Stories


These National Network member districts are revolutionizing the learning experience at scale through their progress in the Digital Convergence Framework.


Cajon Valley Union School District, CA

Cajon Valley Union School District is on a mission to realign public education to meet the demands of life after graduation. They have developed a Modern Curriculum that reflects the district's revolutionary approach to what it means for students to be successful. At the heart of their efforts is a cohesive, district-wide vision: happy kids engaged in meaningful relationships on a path to gainful employment.

Fraser Public Schools, MI 

Fraser Public Schools has fully realized a culture of Time, Pace, Path, and Place Learning at scale. This means that students are becoming increasingly more motivated to take ownership of their learning, and teachers districtwide are afforded the flexibility, know-how, and resources to personalize learning for their students.

Baltimore County Public Schools, MD

Baltimore County Public Schools have redesigned their curriculum to reflect their new Instructional Model and focus on critical thinking and analytical skills. In 2017, the district saw their modern learning initiative (Students & Teachers Accessing Tomorrow, or S.T.A.T.) translate to increased student achievement in standardized testing.

Colonial School District, DE

In 2017, Colonial School District developed the core values of their Instructional Model to design, support, and personalize meaningful learning experiences, dynamic instruction, and a learning-centered culture. Colonial also achieved significant milestones in the Modern Curriculum and Digital Ecosystem Drivers, focusing on content and accessibility.

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How do you measure up?


Take the Adaptive District Assessment to find out where your district stands within the Digital Convergence Framework.