Software tailors learning for needs of incarcerated youth

11/19/2012 | Education Week

An online adaptive-learning program is set to launch that would help incarcerated youth in 11 states catch up on class credits to re-enter high school or prepare for the equivalency exam, education reporter Jason Tomassini writes in this blog post. The software, SkillsTutor Power by Knewton, is designed specifically for this student population and is the result of a partnership between Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Knewton and the Consortium for Educational Excellence in Secure Settings.

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