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The best path to mastery learning stems from deep collaboration across towns, cities, and states. District partnerships led by central offices committed to mastery learning can drive powerful system change. With high schools as our flagship partners, MTC district partnerships also align stakeholders in middle school, Higher Ed, and community.


Many afterschool and out-of-school time (OST) organizations provide powerful mastery learning experiences. Our new MTC Learning Record (MLR) offers them an easy way to capture evidence of this learning, and allows young people to bridge in-school and out-of-school growth experiences. The MLR is a tool learners can use to demonstrate both college and career readiness. Recognizing the value of both in-school and out-of-school learning, MTC is piloting membership for OST organizations in AY 22-23.

Mastery-based education empowers students, personalizes learning, supports the demonstration of competencies (the knowledge, skills, and personal attributes that lead to success), and recognizes mastery by allowing students to advance as they demonstrate their knowledge and skills regardless of time, place or pace.

Mastery-Based Education ensures students have equitable access to resources that promptly identify and a