Can "personalized learning" aid students' success?

03/1/2011 | District Administration magazine

A growing number of schools are implementing versions of "personalized learning," which allows students to progress at their own pace and master skills before advancing. Technological advances, the availability of digital content and the willingness of states to waive "seat time" requirements are among the factors allowing for the model's expansion. One Colorado district has made personalized learning the focus of its turnaround strategy, while New York City's School of One continues to expand its highly individualized and data-driven programs.

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