Personalized Learning refers to instruction that is paced to the learning needs, tailored to learning preferences, and individualized to the specific interests of each learner.

The MSD of Warren Township's path to personalized learning is divided into several phases. These phases provided a clear path to the desired outcomes of personalized learning. Phases are unique to each teachers interests, preferences, and learning styles. After all, we are talking about personalization. Warren's first critical move to these desired outcomes is incorporating student "voice" and "choice" into classrooms. Ultimately, all Warren students will have daily choices that increase the rigor and complexity of the tasks they complete, and each teacher's lesson's will be adjusted based on student feedback. This critical move allows teachers to value the input and preferences of students in a data-driven environment that values rigorous explicit instruction.