Schools aim to individualize instruction with software

06/25/2010 | T.H.E. Journal

Twenty-one New York state elementary schools will begin transitions to a digital curriculum for reading and math this fall. The schools are implementing the interactive Time to Know curriculum, which one principal says can help teachers individualize instruction for struggling and high-achieving students.

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