Arizona to mine data to individualize education

Real-time individual student data soon will aid Arizona educators in tailoring their teaching to each student because of a $6 million U.S. grant. Teachers will "have the information they need to understand where their individual students are doing well academically and where they need help," state superintendent Tom Horne said. "Because the teachers will be able to focus their instruction on the needs of each student, the students will learn more and perform better on each test."

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