Regional Learning Alliance

 
 
Supporting Ohio Educators and Schools

The Regional Learning Alliance is a group of educational organizations committed to the collective impact of new learning and innovations to help schools leverage these experiences for the enhancement of teaching, learning, and student engagement. 
 
To achieve its mission, the alliance leverages all available resources, including:
  • New and existing technology;
  • Local, regional, and national expertise; and
  • Current and future public funds and grants.

Supports and Services Available

  • Professional learning
  • Training
  • Needs assessments
  • Reopening checklist
  • Strategic planning
  • Online curriculum
  • Professional networks
  • Graduation support
  • Learning management systems
  • Digital resource organization
  • Virtual summer school modules
  • Curriculum access and development
  • Tech support

What Are the Goals?

Maximize lessons learned by leveraging collaboration to foster innovative practices.
 
 
Serve as hub for Ohio school districts to scale learning opportunities, resource sharing, and support.
 
 
Engage other regions of Ohio that wish to participate in the Regional Learning Alliance.
 
 
Collaborate and partner with recognized experts to support innovation in our schools. 

Leading for Learning

In partnership with Actionable Leaders and BASA, the Leading for Learning educator-led videoconferences are now being supported by the Regional Learning Alliance. 



Contact Us

For more information, please contact [email protected].

Founding Partners

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

What Is Collective Impact?

Collective impact is a group of organizations and/or individuals from different sectors committed to a common agenda for solving a specific social problem. Collective impact intiatives involve a centralized infrastructure, a dedicated staff, and a structured process that leads to a common agenda, shared measurement, continuous communication, and mutually reinforcing actvities among all participants. 
 
Source: Collective Impact. Stanford Social Innovation Review (Winter 2011). Retrieved May 4, 2020.