Okla. pilot online program to help students with Algebra I

02/3/2012 | Tulsa World (Okla.)

About 10,000 Oklahoma students in eighth through 10th grades who are struggling with Algebra I will participate in a state-sponsored online program designed to provide them with adaptive lessons and tutoring. The program -- which has produced positive results in other states, including Idaho, Indiana and Texas -- will be provided by Apangea Learning Inc. and will be free for school districts. "The program will stop and pace them to ensure progress and higher learning," said Jeff Downs, the Oklahoma Education Department's director of science, technology, engineering and math.

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