Virgel Hammonds

In his role at Knowledgeworks, Virgel Hammonds partners with national policymakers and local learning communities throughout the U.S. to redesign learning structures to become more learner-centered and proficiency-based. He previously served as the superintendent of RSU 2 School district in Maine and as a high school principal in Lindsay Unified School District in California, where he helped implement personalized learning models. Currently, he serves on multiple boards and leadership councils: PBLWorks Board; Innovation Lab Network Leadership Advisory Council; Jobs for Maine Graduates Executive Board; Maine Academic Decathlon Executive Committee; CompetencyWorks Advisory Board; Mastery Transcript Consortium Advisory Council and International Association for K-12 Online Learning (iNACOL) Board. He is also a Deeper Learning Equity Mentor.

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Preparing for re-opening: Building resilience and flexibility

By Allyson Apsey, Gaya Jefferson, Jeannie Stone and Virgel Hammonds | June 18, 2020

In this webinar, you’ll hear from district and school leaders, as well as experts on school redesign, about planning for next steps. They will share their advice and strategies for maximizing teachers’ and students’ learning in the fall and beyond.

Personalized learning in action

By Virgel Hammonds and Robin Kanaan | August 1, 2019

School districts in South Carolina and Ohio have strong visions for personalized teaching and learning that drive every decision.