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Adaptive Learning Systems

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                                                                      Breakthrough 3: Adaptive Learning Systems

 

Name & Description

Example Users

Details

 
 

Strive: Large-scale partnership initiative in Greater Cincinnati with aligned goals and strategies to address education from cradle through to career. Engaged in structured process that builds capacity.

www.strivetogether.org

§     More than 300 education-related organizations, including:

-    school districts

-    universities

-    nonprofits 

    - funders

§    Time in Development:
2 years

§    Cost to Develop: $750K

§   Annual Cost to Users: Free, but requires time commitment; Strive’s annual budget is ~$2M

 

E3 Alliance: Regional collaborative in Central Texas dedicated to developing a comprehensive, data-driven view of the education landscape. Goal is to better align educational systems and practices to drive higher outcomes for students and ensure a more efficient allocation of resources. 

www.e3alliance.org

§     ~50 local leaders help implement the strategy

§ All 7 local universities, 8 school districts, dozens of nonprofits, and hundreds of community volunteers

§     Time in Development: currently in development (2006 – present)

§ Annual Cost to Users: Free, but requires time commitment

 

San Diego County Childhood

Obesity Initiative: Public/private partnership to eliminate obesity through implementation of a county-wide, cross-sector action plan. Includes quarterly knowledge-sharing meetings.

www.ccwsd.org

§     Representatives from 7 domains:

-    government

-    healthcare agencies

-    schools

-    childcare providers

-    nonprofits

-    media

    - businesses

 

§     Time in Development:
~2 years

§ Annual Cost to Users: Free, but requires time commitment

 

Marine Fisheries sub-program from the David and Lucile Packard Foundation: Collaborative process to create a common organizing framework (or theory of change) within which continuous learning and reflection can occur among 17 grantees. Also includes common data collection and structured learning exchanges to help understand overall cohort progress.           

http://www.packard.org/categoryDetails.aspx?RootCatID=3&CategoryID=66

§ 17 organizations funded as part of the Marine Fisheries cohort    

§     Time in Development:
1 year (2008 – 2009)

§     Cost to Develop: $800K 

§ Annual Cost to Users: Funded by the Packard Foundation 

 

 

See SROI 360 in "shared measurement approaches."  The approach becomes adaptive once the users integrate it into their strategic planning and resource allocation decisions.  

 

 

 

 

 
   

 

 

 

 

 

 

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