Personalized Learning Podcast: Episode 6 | KIPP and New Schools for New Orleans encourage collaboration in education

Welcome to the sixth episode of the Michael & Susan Dell Foundation’s Personalized Learning podcast series where we explore how different cities across the country are implementing next-generation learning. You can find the introduction to the podcast here and see below for links to the entire series.


Cheryl Niehaus, Program Officer, Michael & Susan Dell Foundation


Maggie Runyan-Shefa, co-CEO at New Schools for New Orleans

Todd Pervis, Chief Academic Officer at KIPP New Orleans

Previous posts in the personalized learning series:

Introductory post: Kristi DePaul: Personalized learning- One size does NOT fit all

Episode 1: CityBridge Foundation rethinks education in Washington, D.C.

Episode 2: Leap Innovations grows student engagement in Chicago, IL

Episode 3: Personalized Learning Podcast: Episode 3 | New England Secondary School Consortium facilitates knowledge sharing

Episode 4: Personalized Learning Podcast: Episode 4 | Colorado Education Initiative empowers educators

Episode 5: Personalized Learning Podcast: Episode 5 | Rogers Family Foundation puts students at the center of their education in Oakland

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