Online program replacing typical summer-school structure

06/5/2009 | Sun Herald (Biloxi-Gulfport, Miss.), The

Biloxi, Miss., schools have adopted a computer-based model to teach students lessons in summer school, forgoing the typical teacher lecture method. The online program, PLATO, allows students in one class to study multiple topics, while requiring only one teacher in each classroom to assist.

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