Personalized progress: How tech model is driving achievement


See on Scoop.itEd Technovation

Personalized learning is beginning to produce positive results in student achievement as it becomes more established in districts nationwide.

Jim Harmon‘s insight:

By no means an extensive report, but a good sampling of how some utilize assistive tech.

See on www.districtadministration.com

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