BRAXTON COUNTY, W.Va. (WSAZ) – Braxton County Schools is one of 106 districts nationwide that has been selected to adopt the Learning 2025 initiative brought forth by the School Superintendents Association (AASA).
“It’s more than just about digital. It’s also about all those skills and knowledge that children will need to be successful like problem solving, collaboration, how to work in groups,” Braxton County Superintendent Kathy Hypes said. “In the workforce, that’s what we are doing: researching, working together (and) collaborating.”
Learning 2025 is a network of systems and a collaborative effort from districts involved that help advance student-centered, equity-focused, future-driven education.
“Serving as a demonstration site by participating in this initiative is an honor for Braxton County Schools,” Hypes said. “We look forward to working with other