SECC continues to be a resource to the SCDE by sharing information relevant to personalized learning (PL), particularly about project-based learning, and a charter school’s, Colorado’s, and rural schools’ PL approaches. SECC also attended the Center for Innovations in Learning Conversations with Innovators convening at Temple University in Philadelphia, at which information was shared regarding SC’s PL approaches at the three elementary schools (Deerfield, Pepperhill, and Red Bank) and Wando High School that were recently visited to collect qualitative data from interviews and B-roll footage around their PL processes. On the horizon will be additional qualitative data collection capturing PL in action as taking place in classrooms, laboratories, and other places throughout school buildings, as well as collaboration between SCDE, some of its local education agencies (LEAs), VirtualSC, the REL Southeast, and SECC to attend a Future Ready Schools Institute in October. SECC also will work with SCDE to design and deliver training for VirtualSC staff and potentially to plan and execute a multistate PL convening. Regarding the data collection, SC’s PL lead associate stated in a recent evaluation that “The video interview/testimonial project which was begun last week has great promise. The process went very smoothly and the SECC staff were very helpful. The social emotional resources (shared by SECC) are helpful and are being used to inform some of our work.” Ultimately, use of the information contained within the shared resources, exchanged in discussion, and gleaned via the aforementioned activities could result in improved practice for providing PL opportunities for all SC students by way of the establishment of the Profile of the South Carolina Graduate. This profile is rooted in student ownership of their learner profiles, learning pathways, and flexible learning environments.