Social networking giant joins other tech firms offering education resources
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Impressed by the learning environment at Summit Public Schools, Facebook said Thursday that the social network teamed up with the charter school network to revamp an online education tool.
The tool, dubbed the "Personalized Learning Plan," allows K-12 students to schedule and track their coursework and assignments, helping them see how it fits into their skills and career path. Eventually, the social network plans to make the software available for free to all schools in the United...