Ky. district shakes up teaching, learning with innovations

The Jefferson County Public Schools in Kansas received approval from the state's board of education to increase flexibility on rules governing attendance and length of the school day in an effort to improve performance. Tentative plans include having mentor and novice educators co-teach through videoconferencing, and providing students with iPads and Internet access to allow them to work any time of day.

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