What is Mastery-Based Learning?


Connecticut students can learn through student-centered pathways that ensure college and career readiness

  • Students are empowered to take ownership of their learning.
  • Rigorous, flexible learning opportunities prepare students for college, careers and civic life.
  • Paths to completion are flexible to meet student needs and interests.
  • Learning takes place through realworld application and is not constrained by time and place.
  • Instruction is fundamentally designed around the learner.
  • All students are ready and able to succeed in a global environment.
  • Multiple sources of data are used to provide timely intervention and/or acceleration.
  • Graduation is determined by student mastery and success on explicit, measurable learning outcomes.