Fla. district revamps summer learning for struggling students

06/19/2014 | Tampa Bay Times (St. Petersburg, Fla.)

A Florida school district overhauled its summer school program to increase its rigor and customize learning for struggling students. Among the changes are adding blended-learning courses to target interventions to the specific skills for middle- and high-school students and themed reading and writing camps to improve literacy skills among elementary students.

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