From Math to Electives - Digital Learning Improves Student Outcomes

January 29, 2015

Nearly 75 percent of schools currently are using online or blended learning, according to a recent survey of principals and administrators conducted by Fuel Education and NASSP. Join us to learn more about the survey findings and hear from two principals who have successfully implemented digital learning in their schools. Principal Anne-Marie Malcolm will share how an automated math tutoring program has helped Middle School 385, in Brooklyn, NY, increase the pass rate on the state math exam from 25 percent to 96 percent in just one year. Principal Keith Wilson will discuss how digital learning is helping him address scheduling flexibility, bullying issues, and the needs of those with medical conditions at Lawrence Virtual School in Kansas. 

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