Washington, DC -- The end is near for the one-size-fits-all approach to teaching and learning that has dominated American schools for most of the past century.

Instead, that outdated model must be replaced by schools designed to better support individualized instruction enhanced by technology, as detailed in the Winter 2007 issue of Threshold: Exploring the Future of Education.

"We are at a point in history where we can finally begin to realize long-held aspirations for individualization in our schools," said Dr. Helen Soulé, executive director, Cable in the Classroom. "As a former teacher, I understand the challenge of...

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