Computer tailors daily lessons for individual students

07/22/2009 | NYTimes.com

Students in a New York City middle school take quizzes at the end of each day. Those quizzes are scored by a computer, and the scores determine whether the student will advance to new material. The practice is part of a pilot program called "School of One" that gives students a "playlist" of material to learn that day, mainly using laptops and working individually or in small groups.

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