Educators: Small groups personalize learning

03/31/2009 | Richmond Times-Dispatch (Va.)

Elementary schools in Chesterfield County, Va., have altered their language-arts curriculum to include more lessons based on students' individual reading levels. "The small groups used for reading instruction allow us to personalize the reading selections enough that students are being challenged while reading on their level," said Brian P. Campos, assistant principal at Elizabeth Scott Elementary School.

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