Will this practice catch on? One nonprofit takes blended learning to the next level

By Michael Sharnoff, Associate Online Editor
April 4th, 2014

If improving math skills with Teach to One is so successful, will other schools adopt this unique learning initiative?


Across the United States, educators are incorporating more blended learning programs to customize teaching through education programs that combine face-to-face learning with online instruction and content delivery.

eSchool News has covered the challenges and successes of blended learning extensively.

However, one nonprofit has taken the blended learning model and expanded on the student/teacher personalization process to strengthen middle school math scores.

How, might you ask, does this model differ from traditional models?

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