Computer-based classes raise teachers' ire

10/4/2002 | Hartford Courant (Conn.), The

The Connecticut Education Association is calling for a hearing to determine whether a computer-based dropout prevention program violates state law by instructing students without a certified teacher. The software guides students through lessons in basic academic subjects with the supervision of a teachers aide.

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