Mich. school takes an individualized approach to learning

08/22/2013 | Michigan Chronicle (Detroit)

Students at A.L. Holmes Elementary-Middle School in Detroit each follow an individualized learning path that blends online and traditional teaching methods. Principal Leenet Campbell-Williams says the district has been very intentional in its implementation of the model, noting that each student's skill set and personalized learning path is determined using a test that identifies the student's strengths and weaknesses.

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