Student Success Story: How Personalized, Competency-Based Education Helps One Student Share His Passion With the World

Lewis Cha considers himself to be a typical student, but his drive, determination and passion to share what he knows with his community is anything but. Now a junior at Lindsay Unified School District (LUSD) in Lindsay, California, his family moved following his mother’s stroke when he was a child. Lewis regarded the opportunity as a way to start over – to navigate a new school and new personal challenges with the determination he believes his mother values more than anything else. Find out how personalized learning and competency-based education at LUSD is helping Cha to:

  • understand and capitalize on his strengths, while also seeking out support and resources when he needs extra help
  • share his passion for technology and computers with his community
  • recognize his role in owning his learning now and in the future

Download for more insights into how competency-based education is empowering students like Cha and ways you can encourage student agency in your district.

Publication Date: 
Thursday, August 17, 2017

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