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Planning with a Purpose Micro-Credentials Announced

Future Ready Schools® (FRS) announces the release of eight Planning with a Purpose micro-credentials designed for FRS district leaders and leadership teams.
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Future Ready Schools® (FRS) announces the release of eight Planning with a Purpose micro-credentials designed for FRS district leaders and leadership teams.

The FRS Planning with a Purpose micro-credentials use the FRS planning tools (interactive dashboard) to show mastery in developing an implementation plan to deploy personalized learning strategies across a school system—public, private, or charter.

Each micro-credential covers one of the seven FRS framework topics (also called “gears”) plus collaborative leadership. 

Submission details to consider include the following:

  1. Submission is free and should take less than two hours if the district has collected specific gear assessment data via step 3 of the FRS five-step planning process.
  2. There is no limit to the number of team members from one district who may earn a micro-credential in each topic.
  3. Micro-credentials specifically address step 3 of the FRS five-step planning process and are designed to recognize achievement and mastery of individual team members.

Learn more.

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