At a special Blended Learning Summit, Connecticut’s Meriden Public Schools shared its keys to ed-tech success. One of these is to tailor staff development to individual teachers’ needs.
In Meriden, Conn., school district leaders are rethinking traditional approaches to instruction.
For the past five years, the district has had a “no zero” grading policy to encourage the completion of all student work. Middle
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