Website helps educators track students' progress in math

06/3/2010 | Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, Mass.)

Math teachers at a Massachusetts middle school are able to track student progress as soon as assignments are completed by using an online tutoring program. Students complete math assignments on the interactive website ASSISTments, and teachers can log on and view progress in real time. One teacher says she uses a daily report from the site to determine what she will teach that day.

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