Plan to blend traditional, online learning would push class sizes to 90

04/6/2010 | WZZM-TV (Grand Rapids, Mich.)

School board members in Grand Rapids, Mich., are considering a teaching model that blends traditional classroom instruction and online learning -- a change some teachers say could harm student learning. Under the plan, class sizes would reach 90 and be staffed by a general teacher, a special-education teacher and a paraprofessional, who would see students for a portion of the week. The other days, students would learn via computers.

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