How Technology Helped Deliver a Taste of Victory to a Struggling Newark School

By Jackie Pugh
March 2, 2016

This article is about the plan to use new instructional models to get better test results for the Quitman Street Renew School. The schools that has used Education Elements’ blended learning models to help improve test results. The journey to personalized learning at Quitman Street Renew School began during the 2013-14 school year. Because over 80 percent of their third and fourth graders were struggling readers, leaders at Quitman knew they needed to focus on early literacy skills, reading comprehension, and citing textual evidence.

Source Organization: The Hechinger Report

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