Calif. district expands use of online math tutorials

After testing the use of online tutorials in math lessons, a California school district expanded the practice this year. The district's fifth- through eighth-grade students now use the Khan Academy, through which students learn via online videos and use class time to work with teachers or in groups. The program also provides teachers with an online feature that allows them to more easily track their students' progress.

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