A League of Innovative DC Teachers in the Making

Blended Teaching DC


The CityBridge Foundation and NewSchools Venture Fund’s Education Innovation Fellowship provides DC teachers with a yearlong professional development program in blended and personalized learning instructional approaches. Throughout the yearlong program, twenty DC educators (“fellows”) observed several best practices and bright spots within several blended and personalized learning school-wide, and classroom-specific, models throughout the Bay Area and Los Angeles California, Detroit, Michigan, and Washington, D.C.

The valuable lessons learned, throughout this professional development experience, were on display during the December 6th Education Innovation Summit in Washington, D.C. This summit provided the platform for twenty DC public and public charter teachers to share their experiences with blended and personalized learning. Through “breakout sessions,” each fellow shared their advice, best practices, bright spots, and challenges with leveraging education technology within the classroom.


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