Minn. school's teaching method allows students to learn at their own pace

A Minnesota elementary school has adopted the "i-Learn" program, in which students in fourth and fifth grades are given more small-group and independent learning experiences that allows them to move at their own pace. Teachers share a common space and divide students across grade levels into groups based on test scores, which also are used to determine where students may need additional help.

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