Alaska district considers Internet-based keyboarding curriculum

10/15/2013 | Fairbanks Daily News-Miner (Alaska)

The school board in an Alaska district will consider today whether to adopt the Typing Agent keyboarding curriculum for its elementary and middle schools. Officials say they are considering the Internet-based software, partially because state standards require students reach certain keyboarding benchmarks by the sixth and eighth grades, including publishing their writing.

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