[caption id="attachment_109823" align="alignleft" width="150"] A 2010 report by the Marzano Research Laboratory showed that schools using this model were 37 percent more likely to score proficient or above on state tests for reading, 54 percent more likely in writing, and 55 percent more likely in math.[/caption]

The chancellor of the Education Achievement Authority of Michigan plans to improve the state's lowest performing schools by dumping traditional teaching methods and giving students a learning plan that will allow them to progress at their own pace.

And the schools won't use grade levels or...

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