Idaho school boosts test scores with software program

03/15/2010 | Idaho Press-Tribune (Nampa)

A personalized digital-learning program has helped test scores at an Idaho elementary school jump an average of 18%. Nampa's Central Elementary is using Waterford Early Learning software to help more than 200 students in math, reading and science. The software assesses students' strengths and offers lessons that focus on their weaknesses. Teachers then use the software to monitor students' gains and adjust their teaching methods based on the software's assessment.

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